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Old 03-24-2011, 01:57 PM
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Default TAYLAR BIKES complete rollers now for sale

Hey everyone here at Taylar motor bikes we will now be selling complete roller kits. This kit will include everything you will need to build your dream bike minus the motor. The kit comes with custom frame, custom tank, custom battery or electronics box, springer front end, bars, cranks, pedals, wheels, tires, chain, and also this bike will have welded on motor mounts so there will be no more clamp on motor.. This kit will be sold for $500 unpainted and with powder coat for $600. Buyer will be responsible for shipping if needed. Please feel free to give us a call for more info but please be thoughtful of time of calls, noon is the best time to call. Call Dan @ 661 341 0192 or email Ron @ custommatinence@yahoo.com.

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Old 03-24-2011, 04:12 PM
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looks like a pretty great deal considering a basic worksman+ an in frame tank easily costs $650+ after shipping. $600 for yours painted isn't a bad deal since it has the springer forks, and tank $50-80 shipping cross country probably.

the only thing i wonder about is your wheels, how's the quality on them?
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Old 03-24-2011, 08:06 PM
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looks like a pretty great deal considering a basic worksman+ an in frame tank easily costs $650+ after shipping. $600 for yours painted isn't a bad deal since it has the springer forks, and tank $50-80 shipping cross country probably.

the only thing i wonder about is your wheels, how's the quality on them?
the wheels are heavy duty wheels with 12 guage spokes
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Looks like a good deal to me.Maybe braze on some V brake tabs to the springer.Keep up the good work.
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Hey, congrats rat bike! I really like what you offer, and wish you great success!

I agree with MotoMagz about the v-brake bosses. I would also further opine that v-brake bosses be a real nice available option on frame, too.
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Old 03-25-2011, 09:42 AM
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Hey, congrats rat bike! I really like what you offer, and wish you great success!

I agree with MotoMagz about the v-brake bosses. I would also further opine that v-brake bosses be a real nice available option on frame, too.
hey thanks for the idea guys im gonna give it a shot
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the wheels are heavy duty wheels with 12 guage spokes
sounds like a pretty good deal, will the hubs fit any of the existing sprocket adapters?

and what about chain tensioners? do you think there is a way to do with out one? if it's gonna need a tensioner maybe look into a prefabbed design like sportscarpat does, the kit tensioners are awful afterall.
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sounds like a pretty good deal, will the hubs fit any of the existing sprocket adapters?

and what about chain tensioners? do you think there is a way to do with out one? if it's gonna need a tensioner maybe look into a prefabbed design like sportscarpat does, the kit tensioners are awful afterall.
the chain tensioners are welded to the frame with a slot so the roller can move forward and backward to get adjustment. and yes the tensioner can be bagged we just run a half link to allow the axle room to bite into the dropouts. i know what you mean about the stock tensioners we have extras around all the time. i should just trash them but i use the roller from them. oh almost forgot yes the wheels will take the sprocket adapters. check out my thread better camera means better pics. PEACE OUT RAT BIKE
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yep I would advise adding in the v-brakes or a disc brake/drum brake system on the heavy duty wheels.
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Nice Work...very nice price for what you get...right on Rat Bike
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