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Old 07-17-2008, 08:24 AM
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Cheers

Gonna check it now ...

called one a my bros up fatbastard gonna get him to bounce on my bike to see ifn it catches ...cos hes fat ......he aint heavy hes my bro ...

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Old 07-17-2008, 12:29 PM
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Hmmmmmmmmm

can see where you are going but have had fatbastard bouncing on my bike and put chalk on the swingarm but I cant make it catch,I got 22mm clearance ...only time will tell when I got it on the road under road conditions ....if 20 stone of fatbastard cant make it catch on the swingarm then I should be ok at 15 stone ....maybe from frame to frame there is a difference as other dudes have had a world of pain with stuff not lining up on these frames but mine lined up fine no shimms anywhere !! .......will watch it tho dude thanks for your input

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Well fuck head..i ant no dude..you dont want to consider some advise from someones whos been there done that i dont care...you remember this conversation when you actgually ride the fucking bike and see the results..i thought id try and be helpful....dont even fucking reply....join some other dude club
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Well fuck head..i ant no dude..you dont want to consider some advise from someones whos been there done that i dont care...you remember this conversation when you actgually ride the fucking bike and see the results..i thought id try and be helpful....dont even fucking reply....join some other dude club

I didn't see any thing in his replies to warrant this, he checked it out. Lil harsh don't you think?
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Well fuck head..i ant no dude..you dont want to consider some advise from someones whos been there done that i dont care...you remember this conversation when you actgually ride the fucking bike and see the results..i thought id try and be helpful....dont even fucking reply....join some other dude club

I would say your way off based with this reply...Go back and read Slikvics replies... He is taking your info as well as others. Advice is advice...He called you dude....big deal.

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Completely uncalled for!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 07-17-2008, 06:17 PM
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Well well

I think we may have a misunderstanding here ......over here in the UK

a dude is a, bloke , man ,chap, friend, what ever it is in no way demeaning or heaven forbid a slur on a chaps/ blokes sexuality or anything and if my reply has upset or vexed you somewhat I can only appologise.

But now fuck head .....that is a little on the terse side and I do take offence at your remark, which is totally uncalled for.

I did actually thank you for your input as that is why I joined this forum to learn and to pass on any tips or tricks to keep a brother in the wind.

I have been riding bikes for 41 years come february and have seen many so called bikers come and go buried 13 of my friends, been shot at ,stabbed twice had more pub/sorry bar brawls to last me 3 lifetimes, but I still have to endure idiots! hmm
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Old 07-17-2008, 06:54 PM
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Cutting time

Lookin a bit better with mr hotches bars cut up a little and extended feel just about right ........top job

Right it is 2 in the morning here ..........zzz time

laterz guys, blokes , dudes , dudettes , humans , fish , animals , vegetables , aliens ......
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what is the specs on that frontend in the first couple pictures??? im wanting the same frame.
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Old 07-21-2008, 03:47 AM
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Hey

specs

6inch over wide glide 1984 tubes wich are 4inch over to start with = 10 over an flh

sits real good with a 250 -18 in the back and a 3.25 -19 in the front I use progressive springs due to the double disc twin 4 pot tokico calipers from a scrapper which are sooper good and the brackets to mount them are a breeze, and I really need them as I got too much brake fade with a single caliper. 113 inch = big go........ ...so I need big stop
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Slikvik, how about them pictures and stuff , i sent you a p.m. and email but don't know if you got it .
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Old 07-21-2008, 05:14 AM
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Flying tonight

My Bars are so wide its gonna feel like I am flying ......


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and yeah I am sat on a wooden mallet part of my build Muhahahahahahahaha
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Old 03-14-2009, 07:45 AM
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Top Dude top springers

Heyup

been down on the cash front for a few months, but just had 3 months work and been looking for a set of springers.

Over here there are just the DNA offerings wich are just not what I was looking for nowt on ebay .......ebay usa no fucker would post em over here so what is a guy to do !!!!!!!!

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CC for sale ads ........

CC member Sbd2144 out of Texas had a set of Mudslide chops 10 over bent leg for sale brand new , dude went out of his way to get me a cheap shipping cost .

Sent the dude the funds .........forks arrived today ........










build quality is the bollox, off to dry fit em now fuckin over the moon

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Old 03-15-2009, 10:09 AM
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Looks about right




Great fit looks really sharp .....seems to be crying out for a set of apes tho

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Old 03-15-2009, 10:42 AM
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Hi Slikvik,

That's a beautiful springer front end . . .

Together with the new frame you're gonna be "floating" down the road!

Also love the wheel chock . . .

I've been using a flat wooden pallet type deal that I just keep tripping over!

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