thank you hiker472!

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  1. paul

    paul Active Member

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    take a look at all the cool emocons hiker472 has made for the forum. thank you hiker from all of us
    .ride3::.boogy1a.fly
     
  2. paul

    paul Active Member

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    and their is more.girl..ride7a.kick2.ride9
     
  3. paul

    paul Active Member

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    and even more
    lowriderlscratglworider1.santa

    hiker has designed and given us the nicest emocons on the net. thank you again hiker
     
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    Bikeguy Joe Godfather of Motorized Bicycles

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    Thanks a million!
     
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    paul Active Member

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    now we have some with dax titan motors! hiker rules!

    daxtitdaxtitg
     
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    Dave31 Moderator
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    They are all soooo cooool (^) Thank You, Thank You Hiker...really appreciate it.
     
  7. hiker472

    hiker472 New Member

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    You are all very welcome!

    I have a head full of ideas for them, and will listen to yours as well, so if you have an idea for one, let me know.
     
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    Wow, some talent there for sure. Wouldn't even know where to start doing that type of work....How about a cargo bike/long bike loaded with stuff one?
     
  9. hiker472

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    A cargo bike, you say? Do you mean one of those Rhoads type bikes?

    I have a new one here. It's for all those who like to put chainsaws on their bikes! Too bad that when I finished it, it was way to big and had to cut it. I had the guy get back off the bike, turn it off, and walk of screen.
     
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    Whoops, forgot to load it...duh!

    Here it is.
     

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    No, more like this one.
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    Wow Mabman, what a cool lookin' bike! Yeah, I can do that, just give me a bit of time.....the tool I've been using expired on me and have to go looking for another one.
     
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    I take it that is a dax motor on it? And the pull start is on the other side?

    I got a tool that will work (finally) and can "build" this.
     
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    Alright......one more question. I drew a pic of it, but not sure if it looks right......does it?
     

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    That's it all right. So cool! The motor placement in front of the rear wheel is a Honda type and the pull start is on the non drive side. In real life the pull cord is lengthened and set so that it is up closer to then handlebars so you can rip it on the go easier.

    Load that sucker up!
     
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    Mabman, I have two here. I got to see how they look because with this new tool I'm using, I don't get the finished product that I can see, like I did with the other one.

    Anyhow, I made it just a basic gif, but on this end it looks pretty good.
     

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    Ok, they look alright. I would have liked to put in a guy pull starting it and give it more graphical qualities, but for now this will have to do.

    By the way....pick the one you like best and I'll give it to Cruiser.
     
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    That is pretty slick. I like version .2 the best. Thanks for taking the time to do these.
     
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    No problem! I'll send it Cruisers way.

    When I can work out all the problems with all the tools I'm using right now, I'm gonna see if I can make one for this bike that can have more in it.
     
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    Yeah, load that sucker up and put Santa at the wheel!
     

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