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Old 10-19-2005, 07:00 PM
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A.S.S. System (Old School System with P.F.L.)

Here is my old school system, with a P.F.L. Bobber Pan. What do you members think?

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YA that's OK!
Assembly Frame Should be hidden a little more!
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Guess it requires a Battery and Compressor . Maybe a Airtank would work it for a day?
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I like that alot. How much? Can the mounting brackets at the rear of the seat be hidden or covered with faux springs? or
Like the shock cover on hd springer shock?
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I saw this first hand at the Easyrider Show and it was very solid. For anyone who wants a rigid frame bike without all the vibrations, this is a cool setup! It hides away clean and looks easy to install too.

So this is what you meant by "lifting weights"? LOL (watch the movie)
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Old 10-20-2005, 08:50 AM
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YA that's OK!
Assembly Frame Should be hidden a little more!
Hope ya do well selling them
Guess it requires a Battery and Compressor . Maybe a Airtank would work it for a day?
Thanks Rippo, I am not sure what you mean, but it as compact as you can get. Everything is in the box (air frame) and it is fucking bullet proof ( so to speak). It doesn't rock side to side at all, which all others do, I had a few well known builders at the Easyriders show trying to see how strong it was, by pushing and pulling and trying to twist it. They said damn thats bad ass!!!! lol

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Works slick... The compressor is in the box, it is a self contained unit, only a wire to hook up.
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I like that alot. How much? Can the mounting brackets at the rear of the seat be hidden or covered with faux springs? or
Like the shock cover on hd springer shock?
Thanks fataz,with the P.F.L. PAN. 1,400.00 You don't need to cover anything. Most rigids show the brakets. to change it , would not make it as good. I have been working on this for a while. and this is the best air seat on the market period!!! in my opinion.

It installs in about an hour,with the battery allready relocated. no welding , or painting, drill about 12 pop rivets hook up positive and negative and hit the road...........

How is that for an easy set up.

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I saw this first hand at the Easyrider Show and it was very solid. For anyone who wants a rigid frame bike without all the vibrations, this is a cool setup! It hides away clean and looks easy to install too.

So this is what you meant by "lifting weights"? LOL (watch the movie)
Thanks Shawn, lol it needs pressure for the bag to close. it is hard to video and push the button at the same time. lol so the weights work well. no if I was testing the bag, hmmm how the hell could I get 720 lbs on that !!!!

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Old 10-20-2005, 11:44 AM
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Works slick... The compressor is in the box, it is a self contained unit, only a wire to hook up.
Thank BigMike, like I said, let me know when you get your frame.
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Old 10-20-2005, 05:51 PM
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Here are some pictures.



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Old 10-22-2005, 08:21 PM
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another picture. do you think it might be over kill???lol the front main hinge is 7 pieces + 2 bolts and 2 washers. what you dont really see is 2 brass thrush bearing washers.

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