in process pictures!!

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  1. JAEROD6

    JAEROD6 New Member

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    original pic and an in progress photos
     

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  2. NunyaBidness

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    show pics or it didn't happen ;)
     
  3. Pablo

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    Obviously nunmybizness - but yo engyne be backwards... ;)
     
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  4. JAEROD6

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    I Attached 3 Photos?! Why Didn't They Show Up?!?!?
     
  5. Dave31

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    When posting you scrolled down to "additional Options"...click on "Manage Attachments"...A box will open up...thier you can "browse" for your photo or add the URL...Once you do that you click "Upload" It will let you know that your pic has been uploaded...then hit "submit reply"
     
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    I Did Just That Exactly! But After The Loading Bar Is Full And Goes Away Nothing Happens?!?!
     
  7. Pablo

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    Do you browse, then upload?
     
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    Be sure also that your photo's are not oversized...if they are you will have to re-size them.
     
  9. JAEROD6

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    Thats It, The Pictures Are Just A Smig To Big. Dang
     
  10. Pablo

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    Easy enough - just resize.
     
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    You will have a hard time starting it with the motor mounted that way . rotfl ....D.J.

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    HA HA HA HA!!!rotfl THANKS! I JUST REALIZED IT WAS IN BACKWARDS, I JUST DROPPED IT IN THERE FOR A QUICK PHOTO! WHOOPS:) WHEN IT COMES TO FINAL MOUNT I'LL GET IT RIGHT
     
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    Just tell everyone it's going to be front wheel drive rotfl

    That's a cool loking frame, I like it :D
     
  15. JAEROD6

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    It's An Original Western Flyer, Not Sure What Year Though?!?!
     
  16. Bikeguy Joe

    Bikeguy Joe Godfather of Motorized Bicycles

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    I had a '60's Western Auto Stores Western Flyer for my first build....the welds gave up where the seat post goes through the two smaller tubes, keep an eye on that.
     
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    Ummm... I was totally admiring the bike then I was like what is that white thing ounted to the frame...??? Oh wait, it is a toilet! HAHA. Love the backdrop for the middle photo! :)
     
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    Since someone else brought up toilets , I have been saving this picture . I don't think that they could have made this seat look any more like a toilet if they tried .

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    i love it rotfl. my first build i actually took the time to modify the mounts and get it all perfect and mounted the motor. i stepped back to admire my fine work and thought "something isn't right here" the motor was mounted backwards just like yours in the picture. i love the old bike you found to build with. i am always watching for one but down here on the island rust eats them up bad and fast. can't wait to see it all done
     
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    About 25 Yrs Ago I Bought A New Sthil Chainsaw, It Started But The Chain Would Not Go. I Dropped It Of At The Dealer, They Called Later, Said It Was Ready. They Said The Chain Brake Was On!! I Felt Almost As Bad As Jessie Jackson ! My Girl Friend Thought Safe Sex Was Having The Emergency Brake On,
     

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