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Old 06-10-2010, 05:39 PM
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05 devastator 300 pro street alert!!!!

Hey jay. I won't go away. Why don't you answer your phone or return messages ? My bike shop has been trying to get in touch with you all week. They need to talk to you. Why don't you be a man and talk to them.
They just want to tell you that your product has a few minor flaws with it. You know . The little problem with your frames cracking. All you have to do is give me a new chassis and pay for the frame swap and will go away. Balls in your court. Guy i bought bike from said you were a real nice guy. He doesn't think that anymore since i told him what you said and showed him the pictures. Pretty funny that i did a little research and found out a little item about your past frame builder. You know what i'm talking about. If any one has a 2005 devastator 300 pro street don't ride it. Im lucky to be alive. Well according to jay ,he would rather be talking to my widow and her atty. Take a look at my beautiful pile of shit!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 01-19-2011, 06:26 PM
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wow........that crack was pretty straight...... almost like there was a seem there.....thats jacked up ....
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Old 12-25-2011, 09:34 PM
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I haven't been on here in years, and I glad to see that Jay's replies are as Phantom as his business morals. I hope to god that scam artist is out of the bike business, maybe sucking out septic tanks or something else more befitting his personality. My 2005 Annihilator took an extra $10k just to replace the parts that &$(#*# never sent me, and the components I did get are so flaky that she's only got about 100mi on her after SIX YEARS. Ride 20 miles, watch another one of his hand picked parts fail, tear down, repair, repeat. "This bike is Kelly Blue Book Listed"... funny, not a single one of the dozen insurance companies I went to could find you, and now I'm paying through the nose for a custom construction bike that is barely street worthy.
Before ANYBODY does business with this poser, you might want to contact some of us first.

Hey Jay: suck my hairy while balls, "brother".
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Exclamation Frame

I have the same bike, the same year and the frame just got a crack in the paint and is getting ready to crack the same way yours did. What was the solution you arrived at?


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Wow, guess I'm one of the lucky ones.....no major issues with my Annihilator.
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Old 06-18-2012, 12:39 PM
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Sorry i didn't get back to you sooner.. I couldn't look on here anymore knowing that piece of shit got over on me.. Anyway, i brought it to a local shop and he welded it back together. Then he put 2, 1/4 " pieces of steel welded to the neck ,top rail and gussets. Bike rides so different now. A lot more rigid. First time i rode it after it was fixed i went back and told him . He says 'thats the way its should ride' . The chassis was just flexing. Between the rake which is wrong,and the small gussets it was bound to happen. Just keep an eye on your motor mounts also. Bracket that holds coil broke. Good luck if you still have it.
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Old 06-19-2012, 07:23 AM
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Sounds like Big Bear Choppers all over again.
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I have a Devastator 300 and the frame just cracked in the same place. Insurance company just totaled it out. Shit product from this scam artist. Shit tranny, shit controls and a shit frame. Now he wants 36K for the bike kit??? what a joke.
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I just tried looking the company up, PLEASE don't tell me the name of his shop / business is PHANTOM CHOPPERS! The irony is just too heavy to avoid. He calls his shop that and coincidentally he cannot be reached or found?
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Well look on the bright side. Half the work of raking it is done for ya....

Feel for you guys. Hate scam artists especially ones that endanger someones life. I have raked a lot of bikes in my time and learned it better be right on the money or that sucker will dump yer butt in a high speed wobble so if you have someone fix your cracked neck make sure they know what they are doing.

If it were my bike I'd cut the neck off, put solid steel pipe in all 3 tubes and weld it back making sure with a jig it was straight and then weld a gusset on both sides. Good luck.

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Well look on the bright side. Half the work of raking it is done for ya....

Feel for you guys. Hate scam artists especially ones that endanger someones life. I have raked a lot of bikes in my time and learned it better be right on the money or that sucker will dump yer butt in a high speed wobble so if you have someone fix your cracked neck make sure they know what they are doing.

If it were my bike I'd cut the neck off, put solid steel pipe in all 3 tubes and weld it back making sure with a jig it was straight and then weld a gusset on both sides. Good luck.
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