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Discussion in 'Reality Check' started by pmachan, Nov 29, 2004.

  1. pmachan

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    Pics of the Chopper my father built a couple years ago. This is a scratch build bike, Rolling thunder rigid frame, stock HD EVO, stock 5 spd, 8" over front end.
    Most everything else is hand machined in his shop.

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    Here is a stupid video of my riding it down the street, its crap quality and quicktime BTW.
    Right-Click | Save As (chopper vid.mov)
     
  2. John Doe

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    Pretty sweet, but using another's frame doesn't make it scratch-built.
     
  3. DJQ

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    Sweet lookin bike. It's no OCC though :lol: Sweet bike though
     
  4. Scott

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    Real cool!
     
  5. Shafft

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    meh.. it's what most of those _ county choppers do.
     
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    Very nice bike.
     
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  8. pmachan

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    While I agree to a point, Its much more "home" built than 99% of the big namers out there, I helped build it, its was built from scratch as far as I am concerned.
    He hand machines his own brake master cylinders, all mounting hardware, triple clamps, etc, etc. Took 4 years to finish, there are very few bought parts on this bike that aren't big peices, wheels, motor, frame. He has been building bikes for 35 years.
     
  9. 24dsx-ual

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    that thing is PIMP
     
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    Rigid! :evil2: Fucking sweet bike! A neighbour of mine hand built his chopper over the past few years and is finally done as of about 3 months ago. Thing is one sicko rigid! Maybe I can try to sneak some pics of it in his garage some day soon to show you fools.
     

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