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Old 05-05-2011, 02:48 AM
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Default Re: Custom Frame For Thumper Motor

Yeah I hear ya on the Suzuki fork, it weighs more than the tandem frame I'm working on, seriously. I'm putting one on the tandem though, it will handle fine on that rig with a drum brake and going disc on the rear.

Originally Posted by culvercityclassic View Post
I decide to stay away from my local bar night with friends and work on the bike…also saved some cash….
Well I got the frame together using the mig and the almost new Miller Diversion 180 Tig took a **** so it’s gone in for repair, which sucks….
I am real happy with the way the bike looks…going for the Jesse Rooke look and it is headed that way.
It’s a roller now; I have to decide on the wheels….may go wide since I have the room.

Hey Suzuki forks...way tooooo heavy.....and going with a disk so the forks won't work.
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