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    I don't call it a chopper or a bobber..........I call it MINE.
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    I'd call it mostly stock, but it's "yours" and thats what counts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeoDutch View Post
    I'd call it mostly stock, but it's "yours" and thats what counts.
    Thanks, I'm blown away by the bikes I have seen in this thread. True, mine is mostly stock. When I bought it, it had a shit load of ''Live to ride Ride to live'' stuff on it, and chrome cover over crap. So I removed the unwanted weight of that stuff, added a bigger tank and ''How do you ride with bars like that ?'' 13'' Apes. What you can't see is the suspension set-up. Progressive rear socks. Progressive front springs with Race Tech Emulators and adjusted the suspension for my weight. I wanted a Old School looking bike that could handle the curves.
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    Skull mirrors

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    It's been changed some since then, but more changes are in process.
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    this one has been gone for a long time but i thought it was neat

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    swing arm chops can look pretty sweet but i don't think i could live in a place where i couldn't modify my frame

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    gotta get you a knee puck my man, sweet fucken pic!

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    changed the rear end recently, here's a pic Slim took

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmxatv View Post

    gotta get you a knee puck my man, sweet fucken pic!
    Thanks Bro !

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    I love the bikes in this thread. I thought I had already contributed but I guess that was on a different forum. Here's mine a couple years ago:
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    Default Something a little different. Swingarm streetfighter style


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    Default Another shot of the frame.



    I know it`s different but that`s the whole point of making the bike your own.

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    Sortof a swingarm bike. Don't do much swingin, tho'








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    I am still debating on whether to attach my fender with my swing arm or to the frame. Any Pros and Cons?

    Also would love to see some sissy bars on some swing chops on here also.

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