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Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself' started by Zug, Nov 21, 2008.
so I guess you have to scroll down to see
Welcome Zug to the forum
You should be able to post links now
Ok, so now take three.
So I had this Idea of a boardtrack racer with this ugly chopper frame.
and heres what came out.
so, let me know what you think.
it is the first one I've done and I'm trying to get onto the next one already.
these things are fun.
I like your bike it is sufficiently weird for my taste. Welcome aboard
Hmmm . . . a boardtrack chopper. Looks sorta like a Paul Jr. ratbike.
I like it. I like the use of the gate hinges. I like to use whatever will work. If you filled the screw holes not many would know what they were.
You might want to take a link or two out of the chain. On the initial adjustment of the tensioner, put the roller all the way down so you'll have room to adjust as the chain stretches.
That's crazy man. Looks like you shoe horned that thing in there. Cool.
what brand and name of the bike is that and where did you get that please PM me
thats a kick but bike for sure! props dude
I like how you painted that tank it looks leather.
2 thumbs up. like the carb set up.
Zug where did you get the saddle? I'm tossing around ideas for a layback retro saddle. I like the looks of that one.
I just picked up two different styles of double hay rake teeth at Tractor Supply. The spacing between the springs is about right for a saddle. We'll see.
The spark plug sticking up between the top tubes is awesome!
any close ups of your intake set up looks interesting from afar
Kewl chop, for sure! Welcome
That's....interesting to be sure. Your attention to detail, and clever use of off-the-shelf hardware to fab parts is really cool. Scary lack of brake power, but must be a fun ride. My only comment would be that IMHO it'll achieve that boardtrack look more if you drop the vintage headlight, flip those bars over, and lower that seat. Streamline to the T
ZUG! Everybody wants your bike dude, run, RUN!!!!
...welcome aboard. Your bike is very 'not normal', you'll do great here.
,I dang sure do. That is just art Zug.
I like how your mind works, kinda scary
i think one of the best parts is that someone finally made use of that gap and put the tank where it belongs. i wonder what some big custom fenders would look like?