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  1. stults customs

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    31 male from utah will post pics soonlworider1
     
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    welcome to the Forum.
     
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    Howdy, welcome
     
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    Welcome to the forum, glad you joined us.
     
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    Welcome to the forum. The BCS really robbed the Utes.
     
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    I fart in the general direction of the BCS. Utes undefeated. woohoo
     
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    Welcome to the forum. I just signed on also. The guys and girls are very helpfull. You will really appreciate them when you do your build. Their help is outstanding.
     
  8. stults customs

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    lucky got by without the tentioner
     

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    Stults,
    You might change your mind about a tensioner when the chain starts to wear and you run out of adjustment on that rear wheel. Then it's chain shortening time and using half links. Some guys prefer it that way so maybe you'll be okay. Nice looking ride, whatever you do. What was the original bike?
    Tom
     
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    hi tom the bike is a dyno gt deuce. The chain stretch is not goin to be a problem. If you look at the picture of the chain look how much room i have to move the wheel back.
     

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