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Old 06-06-2006, 08:50 PM
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caro custom 250 rigid

ok I know I should have posted pics sooner but oh well. Better late then never. The bike is off to paint now so I got nothing to do for a few weeks.

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Old 06-06-2006, 08:52 PM
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Ok here are some finished pics a couple days after I finished it.




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Old 10-03-2006, 10:26 PM
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A list of parts for any one interested.
Frame: 250 carolina rigid
Wheels: DNA stainless spokes built by wheel works.
Motor: 110 Revtech
Trany: 6 speed prowler
Motormount: Hammer Custom cycles
Brake disc: Hammer Custom
Motor mount: Hammer custom
Fender and tank: KA customs H.B.
Pipes: KA Custom H.B.
Oil Tank: Mooneyes
Rear Brake: Fab Kevin set up (club chopper member)
Grips: Todds (brass)
Mid Controls: Damraider (club chopper member)
Risers: Nash
Bars: powder coated sporster bars
Air cleaner: Goodson (Irish Rich)
Tail light: Old ford tail light (not sure what year but I think 30's)
Seat: Chica
Headlight: Black nickle Headwinds
Front end: Spyke
Starter: Spyke

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Old 10-04-2006, 09:40 AM
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Very Nice! Well done
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What are the dimensions on your frame?
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Old 10-04-2006, 10:20 AM
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Thanks for the positive response. The dimensions are 4"out and 6"up. 41 degree rake and 5 degree trees. I think the frame has a 1" offset for the trany.

I also just recntly changed it over to chain drive after shredding a belt.
The open primary is BDL.
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looks great!
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Old 02-05-2007, 09:14 AM
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Bike looks great, I have the same frame and just took mine out yesterday for the second time. What parts did you use to make it a chain drive and how much did that cost you to do? I am looking into that same combo and not sure what to get as I am running the el Bruto 127 in the bike.
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Old 02-11-2007, 11:57 AM
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I started out with a thin belt to the rear wheel and broke it almost right away. I decided to just switch it over to a chain and have had no problems since. The primary drive I am useing is a 3" BDL belt drive. I recomend a Primo instead. I have had problems with the BDL and have found through research and trial and error that in my opinion Primo is a mutch better product. The people behind Primo have been mutch more accomodating then BDL. I will definetly use Primo on my future builds. The chain sproket I used was custom made for me by a freind. It really doesn't matter what you use. Its all about spacing and wheel size.
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Old 02-11-2007, 12:02 PM
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Looks Killer !!
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What size inner primary spacer did you use? Also do you remember the size of the axle spacers? Whats the belt lenghth and rear pully size? Bike looks very nice. Modeling mine after some of its attributes.
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Old 04-26-2007, 05:03 PM
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What size inner primary spacer did you use? Also do you remember the size of the axle spacers? Whats the belt lenghth and rear pully size? Bike looks very nice. Modeling mine after some of its attributes.

I think the inner primary spacer was 1 1/2" I will measure it tonight for you. The axle spacers i had to make myself. This will really depend on the wheel you use. I bought some aluminum spacer stock from J&P and turned the spacers I needed. I snapped the rear belt almost immediately and changed it to a Chain. I really recomend going with a chain. If you want the pulley I have I will make you a great deal but I really recommend a chain. The pulley is a Performance machine I think they call it a gambler or outlaw or I forget. I highly recomend the Primo belt drive. I used a BDL because it was cheap and I really regret it. Its really the only thing I want to change so far. The BDL is the only thing thats given me many problems.
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