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    Thing looks mean!!
    Quote Originally Posted by Jonnycakes View Post
    Spent some quality time with a grinder and file and carved a steering stop from some scrap. MIG to the cup, this thing is going to have the turning radius of the moon.

    After moving the tank all over, settled on a spot and got to drilling.


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    looking good, where in florida are ya... i'm down here in delray beach... (just north of lauderdale)

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    very nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by malloy View Post
    looking good, where in florida are ya... i'm down here in delray beach... (just north of lauderdale)
    Over here in St. Petersburg.

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    Hell YES!

    looking very mean. pics dont do justice to how ridiculous that wassell tank looks on top of a sohc!! I"m thinking of narrowing my sporty tank.

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    Quote Originally Posted by easyspeed View Post
    Hell YES!

    looking very mean. pics dont do justice to how ridiculous that wassell tank looks on top of a sohc!! I"m thinking of narrowing my sporty tank.
    Ya, I like the engine hanging out from under the tank. I was very limited by the backbone for tank choices. A sporty tank is iconic in all of it's forms. Do it.

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    Lester the rat on the road for testing


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    So tuff.
    Nice work. The exhaust reminds me of my dads 57 chevy.
    How do you like those carbs?

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    great stance, cool bike!

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    Wow, I've never seen those axle adjusters before. They look pretty trick, along with the rest of your build.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gusto View Post
    So tuff.
    Nice work. The exhaust reminds me of my dads 57 chevy.
    How do you like those carbs?
    Runs great with my 850 kit and cam upgrade.

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    Bike night with Lester da Rat, worked out my rear master cylinder and brake lever. Ready for final welding, powder and paint.

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    Wow Man! Love that pipe. Sick stance.

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    Good looking bike, man. I am curous to see the final result after paint.
    Any ideas about that, that you'd like to share with us?

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    Wow, only 750 I've ever liked....this thing is a fuckin beast

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    I want to know where you tucked the coil. This thing looks awesome by the way.

    Also that last pic just looks like abunch of dudes asses.... not what I got to bike night for but I guess it takes all types of folks right

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    Coils..........and sorry no hot chicks that night.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Doh View Post
    Good looking bike, man. I am curous to see the final result after paint.
    Any ideas about that, that you'd like to share with us?
    Bobbers are black.............but still need some sparkle and color. Toying with polished fender and seat with a black and read tank.

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    "Technically" bobbers were built in the late 40s and 50s by GI's back from WWII. Its a broad term. it could be fuckin pink with rainbows on the tank I would still think this thing is bad ass.

    That is a nice hide for the coils. Also does that frame unbolt to let the motor drop out. Nice simple solution, Not the cleanest but damn it gets the job done.

    The more pics you post the more l like this thing give us some more.

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    Damn that is one sweet bike!

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