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    Love the bike. Relocate petcock to the other side of the tank.

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    thing is going to be rad for sure!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BHMike View Post
    That bike it titties ! You making it to this year's one motorcycle show with it .
    Thanks man, Ya i got invited and the plan is to make it, it may not be painted but it will be running and riding.

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    Awesome man . Ill see you there . Our bike will have some unfinished areas too . But we will get it there after the accident.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobberadam View Post
    Thanks man, Ya i got invited and the plan is to make it, it may not be painted but it will be running and riding.
    Dam I didn't realize you guys where in Portland, im up in washington, guess ill have to make it to the one show now

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    Ya mike, saw that accident. That sucks man. Super glad you guys are ok.

    Mpr, ya it is a good time, you should try and make it.

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    Well, no real progress.... except moving backwards. seems nothing has gone right, but i am pushing through and trying to stay positive... should have more updates after the weekend.

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    That happens some time , keep on it and you'll get it done . Hope to be able to ride with you and that bad ass bike here soon buddy. Weather was so nice today , I'm out back watching all these bikes ride by while I'm over here sanding away getting ready to paint my frame . Fucking bastards

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    Well, i pushed through and got the bike pretty much done for the show, There is a few things i still need to do before i am confident in the bike. I have pretty much just let it sent since the show because i was so burned out on it, When this happens i tend to half ass things. I think i am about ready to finish her up though. Here is a few pics of how it sits now.

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    great looking scoot brother, love it

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    Out of curiosity, how much do the forks flex? Bike looks sweet!

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    so killer looks like a beast to ride

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    Very nice... You should be proud...

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    Thank you everyone for the compliments it really does mean a lot to me. To answer the question of how much the forks flex, I guess the only thing i can say is a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobberadam View Post
    To answer the question of how much the forks flex, I guess the only thing i can say is a lot.
    Just as it should unless you want something to break...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tattooo View Post
    Just as it should unless you want something to break...
    You nailed it.

    There is a lot that goes into one of these front ends, believe it or not. Where to weld, watching the heat and making sure it flexes enough and in the right places. otherwise you end up stuck somewhere with a broken front end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobberadam View Post
    You nailed it.

    There is a lot that goes into one of these front ends, believe it or not. Where to weld, watching the heat and making sure it flexes enough and in the right places. otherwise you end up stuck somewhere with a broken front end.
    I've always liked the looks of a full rigid bike even though I've never owned one... They are very clean looking...

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