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    OK starting up and running a company consumed me lately. Here are some pics, plan on painting frame tonight.these are some pics of the fork stop they will get some heavy leather epoxied on the end as a hard/soft stop.it is a piece of 1/2 inch square stock notched and mated to the angles of the inside of the top tree.
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    here she is after lots of filler welds , bondo , and 2 coats of epoxy primer. pretty stoked right now.
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    other angles
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    That came out looking great.

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    thanks , carguym14. this is black base coat ,large silver flake, with shop built dry flake gun and HF detail gun.all ppg products I have never painted a bike before I usually spray cabinets. I am truly impressed with this HF pro series 2 gun kit. There is extra overspray in the air( compared to my multi thousand dollar pump)but if adjust your gun right your good to go. There is still a emerald green candy going over this.
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    and more and I know big run , its buried under the tank ! that was close.
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    and after 3 coats of green "tinted clear"
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    Dude, this is looking so good! keep up the good work.

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    Damn. That frame is looking so cool. Looking forward to seeing this bike done. I dig how you didn't just flake the frame and you have part of it flaked and the rest black. Super cool.

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    killer build

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    In roller form again. pics of plate steel before hopefully after pics next week of rockers.I know they are long but it gets the trail tolerable. If I need to I will have to get a longer front and do a more "sugar bear" style dropped rocker, only time will tell. and I know there is shit all over in the background its been super busy in my shop so I didn't pick up that day.
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    OK I have neglected this for a while so.... here are some tank pics. I also will compile the photos and what I have to update this build.As I said before I have been humbled by this experience but I am Lovin the learning, it just takes a long time to do things for me I guess.
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    also first time with an airbrush.
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    ^^^^^ Very nice looking work...^^^^^^^^^^

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    Yes, that is awesome. Lots of work into that one. It looks well done to this point. Very nice!

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    Thank you for the compliments. I tore down the old super E carb and just hated looking at the casting.I took the file out, then the nylon bristle wheel and I will polish tomorrow.here are some in process pics.
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    Looks great. Going to be an awesome bike when it's all dialed in and you're riding it. Even if it takes two more years, it will be worth it once it's a solid rider. I love a long, low bike.

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    Closer to cool.
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    Awesome build, I love a well done digger. Looking forward to seeing this done.

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    Damnnnn! Love the green over the flake, great touch. Really like the tank mount. Should come together nicely
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