New Ride

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  1. dalest

    dalest New Member

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    First: Let's see if I sent this right.
     

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    Look's like it worked.
    Thanks to Lynn at Custommotorizebicycles for all the help!
    Had it out this warm weekend. Took it easy and it ran great. 18mph seems to be the sweet spot for now. Need a longer chrome exhaust. These toys are never done.
     
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    Dude. That bike is awesome. Where did you get it or did you build it???
     
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    Very nice build. Welcome and thanks for sharing your bike with us.
    Enjoy, ride safe and have fun.

    Tom
     
  5. dalest

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    Thanks, it's my build.
    It's similar to a bike from custommotorizebicycles.com.
    Different handlebars, fender setup, chain guide and rear rack for the gas tank.
     
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    Nice work! Nice clean build, the rear tank worked out great and looks good on that frame! Was it difficult mounting the front fender to the Monark Springers?
     
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    Fender modification was done with 1"dia oak wood dowel and a hammer.
    The fender dented perfectly. I wrapped the fender up in an old towel first to save the paint.
    That made it able to clear the other fork tube.
     

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