"Firebike" Stretched Electric Cruiser Cnada!

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  1. Dave123456

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    Wow that is a sweet looking bike. I would love to see a bike like that with a china girl on it. Nice paint job. I am also doing a metal flake. Are you using dupli color effects?
     
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    Hi,

    I am not to what you mean by "dupli" color effects but I can tell you that it is one stage black base with metalic flake and red tinted clear, hope that helps and thanks for checking out my bike.
     
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    Dave, DUDE....I gotta know where you got that front end! I looked on ChoppersUS and didnt see it. They dont even carry the monarchs anymore....fess up....where'd ya get it? or did you combine some parts? PLEASE!!!!
     
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    Nice bike Dave I love the front end. Very nice build!
     
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    I agree Bill, it does look like them, but its got a monarch look too....like they're combined. It IS a great looking front end though. I really like that for my next project....EeeeHaaa!
     
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    Welcome to the forum. Cruisers and choppers are the best for mounting the batteries low in the frame. It's tougher to get a good pedalling position on one though.
     
  9. Dave123456

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    Fork Kit -Springer Chrome Long - Choppers U.S., LLC
    That is the link for the forks, although mine have been modified with bent square black tube forks to match some of the curves in the frame, instead of the original cylindrical crome tubing you can see in that link.

    They are sick forks huh, thanks.
     
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    Thanks man this seems like an awesome forum with alot of people with the same interest. :)
     
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    Thanks man, I really put alot of effort into keeping it a clean build, no bungee cords/duct tape were hurt in the build of this bike ;)
     

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