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Old 06-11-2010, 09:59 AM
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new bike...Gettin High frame

I am thinking about getting Redneck to build me a bike with the Gettin High frame. I have a bike now, but possibly may be putting it up for sale this summer. I am just trying to get a ballpark price of what you guys paid for your custom chops from Redneck. And yes, I know, if I have to ask how much, then I probably can't afford it, but.................I am in the military, the pay isn't great, and I want to make sure I can do this, and still pay my bills, ya know.
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Where did you get the gas tank for the chop in your you tube video?
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Old 06-11-2010, 11:40 AM
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I have rednecks mutant frame...good quality stuff...nice people....
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Old 06-11-2010, 01:05 PM
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i am thinking about getting redneck to build me a bike with the gettin high frame. I have a bike now, but possibly may be putting it up for sale this summer. I am just trying to get a ballpark price of what you guys paid for your custom chops from redneck. And yes, i know, if i have to ask how much, then i probably can't afford it, but.................i am in the military, the pay isn't great, and i want to make sure i can do this, and still pay my bills, ya know.:d:d
you have a radical chopper- seems a nice bike.

I checked the redneck site for that getting high builds.

What makes them different from you already riding? What do you have in mind?
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Old 06-11-2010, 02:16 PM
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As you know I think your bike kicks mega ass, I'd keep it, but then again when I had my bike for a while I was in the same frame of mind, I got rid of it in the end but after a lot of false starts, had her on Ebay 3 times over a 5 year period but always got cold feet and pulled her off, it wasn't until last year that I actually sold her but I was offered strong money which kinda helped.

I guess what i'm saying is that you need to be 100% sure that you want to get ride of a bike that to me looks and handles really well, and your not selling in it just for the sake of it. If your in the mood for a complete change of style and are itching to start a new build then nothing is gonna stop you, but in my opinion you have to build something pretty special to match what you already have.

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I personaly like the getting high frame a lot!!!!! What rake and stretch you thinking? Not sure on price though would think 20-30k
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i personaly like the getting high frame a lot!!!!! What rake and stretch you thinking? Not sure on price though would think 20-30k
in this economy this guys must be gold plating their bikes and blowing their customers as a bonus to sell it like that...but then again...that's an average price for a compete chopper... And they do seem to have a reputation.
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in this economy this guys must be gold plating their bikes and blowing their customers as a bonus to sell it like that...but then again...that's an average price for a compete chopper... And they do seem to have a reputation.
yeah they can't make it for free. and depending on what parts i would think thats a fair price.
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Redneck really does make some cool shit, met them several times at various bike events and they are good people, don't know what they are charging these days for complete bikes but I know their rollers are reasonably priced
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Old 06-12-2010, 06:43 AM
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There are so many choppers out there for sale. I bet you could find exactly what youre looking for, for probably half the price. Just saying...
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you in da military vt ?!

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... What do you have in mind?
...lemme answer for him : nothing
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whats stoping you from just building it yourself??
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Old 06-12-2010, 09:24 AM
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whats stoping you from just building it yourself??
Aye, You are afterall asking at clubchopper.com not clubStoreboughtMotorcycle.com. It looks like you know how to build a ground up bike. BTW your bike is damn cool.looks fun to ride and I would be proud to have built it so I am kinda surprised you would want to sell it.

As an admitted cheapskate I can tell you I think that Rednecks are kickass bikes but that every time I have considered buying anything from them I just couldn't justify the money they were asking. So I have the same question for you as everyone else...... What are you looking for out of a new bike?
The super high Chopper look?
or some other element that your current bike cannot provide?
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Where did you get the gas tank for the chop in your you tube video?
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you have a radical chopper- seems a nice bike.
thanks man, I get alot of compliments on it; I bought it from a dude that had it custom built; turns out he couldn't make his house payments, and needed some money, so I made sure he didn't lose his house, hahaha

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I checked the redneck site for that getting high builds. What makes them different from you already riding? What do you have in mind?
I love my bike, but the longer I own it, the more I want to modify it to what I really want. I want a true rigid frame, an open primary, billet wheels, mid controls, leather potato chip style seat, shorter rear fender, fatter tire (280), and a bigger motor (currently a 96 ci). Some of the stuff I could go through and change, but by the time I got it exactly how I wanted with all that stuff, I miswell have a whole new bike, ya know, that is built exactly to my spec.
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