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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 08-29-2007, 02:36 PM Thread Starter
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Just some pics of my bike,one with my jeep

trying out my new attachment abilities.






Some may remember they flames I had on it,got rid of them,took away from the rest of the bike.

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modified knifemaker driver boards
chrome levers, Shaved saddle
Ape manual CCT's, nylon saddle bags
engine mount covers, plexIII windshield
crash bar w/floor boards, air hawk pad
ear mod, rad cover/,w/ss mesh
chrome cable and wire covers
chrome anti-freeze cover
RR relocation,MF battery,drilled out
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Nice bike . . . and nice Jeep. Looks like its set up for wheeling. Where do you take it offroad? I have an old Bronco and we wheel in eastern PA a lot. Rausch, Blue Rocks, and Paragon before they shut it down.

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Nice bike . . . and nice Jeep. Looks like its set up for wheeling. Where do you take it offroad? I have an old Bronco and we wheel in eastern PA a lot. Rausch, Blue Rocks, and Paragon before they shut it down.
I havent had it out much in awhile. Had twins now 3 years old. But I used to take it onto construction sites I worked and play with it. Had alot of fun with the jeep in the outer banks NC. You can 4 wheel on miles of beaches there.
It has a 4 inch skyjacker lift ,1 inch body lift and 35 x 12.5'' tires.
Set it up for Rock crawling.

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2005 vn750
modified knifemaker driver boards
chrome levers, Shaved saddle
Ape manual CCT's, nylon saddle bags
engine mount covers, plexIII windshield
crash bar w/floor boards, air hawk pad
ear mod, rad cover/,w/ss mesh
chrome cable and wire covers
chrome anti-freeze cover
RR relocation,MF battery,drilled out
idle plugs,marbled
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post #4 of 6 (permalink) Old 08-31-2007, 04:08 AM
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Sweet looking Jeep indeed!!

Have you ever had it out to Yellow Creek, over in Ohio? Some great trails out there. And lot's of rocky hills!!
It used to be free, but greed got the best of the land owners, now ya gotta pay to play


AKA: Tim & 'The Adventure Cycle' VROC #24567, NEVROC, SteelCity VROC


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Aim for the apex."

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post #5 of 6 (permalink) Old 08-31-2007, 10:51 AM Thread Starter
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Damn Hyper,you have an endless supply of icons dont you,LOL.
Never been there either.

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2005 vn750
modified knifemaker driver boards
chrome levers, Shaved saddle
Ape manual CCT's, nylon saddle bags
engine mount covers, plexIII windshield
crash bar w/floor boards, air hawk pad
ear mod, rad cover/,w/ss mesh
chrome cable and wire covers
chrome anti-freeze cover
RR relocation,MF battery,drilled out
idle plugs,marbled
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Damn Hyper,you have an endless supply of icons dont you,LOL.
LOL, yeah, a few ....



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