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yep - mine's set up exactly that way as well.
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I don't think I wanna do something that molds with the frame. I'm thinking of something a little different. Can someone tell me how to draw over the photo with the computer. I could show you.
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i think photobucket will let you edit your photos and draw over them. otherwise you can open it in Paint and draw over it.
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I'm thinking something like this, but more tapered on the top and the bottom.
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how about building some brackets that mount to the frame and then wrap around the tank, holding it in place? if the brackets are made from tubing or large enough material, it can be made to look like your gas tank - how it's sits inside of the frame tubes, but on a smaller scale. What do you think?
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You might be on to something here.
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is that a modified sd300 frame from redneck?
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