Shake,Rattle & Roll

Discussion in 'Motorized Cruiser Bicycles' started by Slowrollers, Sep 28, 2010.

  1. Slowrollers

    Slowrollers New Member

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    Quick post I will update later about the specs.... Its almost done!!!! besides a new seat and headlight,some little detail work.... Its been running great and turns some heads too......

    I spent more time going through the motor and painting parts than it took to put the whole bike toghther....all in all it took a weekend around 16 hours.......flg.
     

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  2. GearNut

    GearNut Active Member

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    It's looking good!
     
  3. azbill

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    nice build !!!
    the attention to detail shows :)
     
  4. tintor

    tintor New Member

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    very nice. ride on
     
  5. Slowrollers

    Slowrollers New Member

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    Re: "Shake,Rattle & Roll" PJ cruiser build

    Thanks for the kind words...

    Im still waiting for the big brown truck to show up with my pedals and new headlight.....
    I found a seat and tool bag that I like and will get those soon i also ordered a pair of leather grip covers.I want to put a antenna on the back with a coon tail to add to the look.....

    I did paint the stock seat and toolbg (which I think is junk) with this rustoleum vinyl seat and trim paint (flat black)...It went on real nice and looks good to....how well it will hold up until I can replace them IDK....


    later,
    Bryan
     
  6. Dan

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    Very cool Bryan, looks great. Coon Tail, awesome. That will be unique 4sure. Please post a pic. (Just looked and couldn't find a fake one. Might try making one out of those reach up, duster things)

    Frame and rack are perfect. DIY frame? Book rack looks great and like it could carry a mini-fridge!
     
  7. biknut

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    Very nice looking bike. What kit did you buy?
     
  8. scotto-

    scotto- Custom 4-Stroke Bike Builder

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    Looks like a new Gt5 on a Panama Jack to me. Nice job, like Dan, I wanna see some more pics....maybe the other side to see the bottle opener on the fork leg. Cheers!
     
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