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Old 05-15-2007, 01:24 PM
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I really dig the way the frame turned out. Should be nice. Keep up the good work!!!
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Thanks man,,,,its REAL SLOW goin at the moment due to lack of funds.
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Finally some progress!!

Corey came over today,,,brought this nifty little metal jig saw








this is what we ended up with



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I also got another part for free







no,,,,,Im not mounting the bike to it as a sidecar for the dog,,,,I mean this,,for my seat
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I really like the looks of the first pic. That gusset work has a nice line to it.

I'm just curious why you didn't follow through on the other side with the same type of gusset on the bottom?

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I thought it might look like too much on that side,,,,the right side is two seperate gussetts. Not really sure there is a reason,,,

then again,,,,its not a bad idea,,and not too late either.
Corey got me thinkin about this idea for a gas tank too,,,but im not gounna reveal it till i do it,,,dont wanna jinx myself
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You could mate in another piece to match the same curve and then blend the whole thing with some body filler. No one would ever know they were two pieces antway. At least it would match and I'll bet you would like it better.
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yeah,,,,I might end up doing that.
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RR, the beast is comin along great.. when do you think you'll be riding it?
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no,,,,,Im not mounting the bike to it as a sidecar for the dog,,,,I mean this,,for my seat



Dude.....you need help.....

It's a hardtail....springs are for girls!


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Looks to me like it's shaft drive and it's hard to tell past the gusset, but it dosn't seem to be lengthened?? I could be wrong? If it was lengthened? It would need the drive shaft lengthened to match the extra length of the outer drive shaft housing. and that will eather require welding a new section to the old shaft, ( problematic at best ) or just have a new shaft machined. (the better but more expensive idea)
chain drives are easy to get in extended lengths, or made longer by employing master links, and the desired length of extra chain.
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