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Vn build hardtailed

Brought it home

Hard tailed

blasted

Powdercoated


Tacked together the new exhaust


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post #2 of 95 (permalink) Old 08-07-2011, 07:25 AM
If only it had 6th gear..
 
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Looks sick man. Keep posting on the progress.
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Cool!

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Lookin killer. I like the frame work that yah did and can't wait to see what yah come up with for a seat.

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Welcome. That is good work. Thanx for the pics. We are picture junkies here.

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knees in the breeze!!!
 
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not to take away from it but would you might have a list of parts you arnt gonna need that you could part with

and its pretty cool !!!!

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looking good man!!!! im anxious to see the finished product. i might do something similar to my frame instead of just struts. keep us up to date
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that is one well done hard tail... can't wait to see it on the road
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Lookin killer. I like the frame work that yah did and can't wait to see what yah come up with for a seat.
We got our seat made, have been waiting on shox for it.

One like this, but with red leather
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not to take away from it but would you might have a list of parts you arnt gonna need that you could part with

and its pretty cool !!!!
We have been ebay-n parts as we go along. When we are done we will be getting rid of a bunch of stuff, as we replaced alot of it with newer cleaner parts of a parts bike here local.

Updated pictures from today's work.

Exhaust is completely done and mounted now. New headlight mounted!



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