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    building this for a brother on another board that got burned by another guy to build him a bike. it's a sohc cb750 honda, it'll be hard tailed. alot of the parts are donated from other members.
    donated frame already made a drop seat but i gotta cut it up


    30 seconds later


    30 minutes later with 2" stretched down tubes


    ran out of welding wire and gas so....
    Last edited by junkyardjon; 05-16-2011 at 12:30 AM.

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    looks like quite the project..
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    Cut that sucker up!! Let's hope he appreciates your efforts.
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    No worry about the chop? No frame jig?
    ^^My $0.02 not yours^^
    -Chris
    aka Gas Man

    "Why pay somebody else to fuck up your bike?"
    "Custom don't bolt on!"

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    for the down tube stretch i don't need a jig. just measure a few times and work the welds so it don't pull outta shape to much. after it's done, you can see if it's straight or messed up lol. i've done it a few time so i have it down, it's easy really.
    my jig is in the back ground, the extruded aluminum beam. it does what it should, hold shit LOL. it's more of a 3rd hand.

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    Cool. I didn't doubt ya, just wondering.
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    "Why pay somebody else to fuck up your bike?"
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    Jon,
    Did the motor make it to you yet? Anything you're still missing?

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    that jet like propane heater is awesome we used to use one like that at a buds house for parties saw one drunk fucker look at it and then stick his finger on haha made for a good laugh for us but not him...btw good luck on the project
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    Kwats, motor made in here, stuntmanmike picked it up for me in ohio. parts missing... not too much, just waiting to see what shows up and go from there. i do need all the motor mount bolts and the front upper mount bracket.

    well heres where i'm at so far. 5" rear stretch, axle plates and motor mounts donated from Red & Kate at cycleone http://www.cycleonemanufacturing.com/
    the good people and cool to hang out with. frames just tacked together



    i wanted to see what it's gonna look like so a little mock up. tank and fender donated by mike naguethey. he made the fender for this bike, one strong ass fiberglass fender. very nice!!
    http://badasscustomtruckparts.com/

    rear wheel from lowriders by summers, 16x5.5
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    Hmmm... very interesting... looks like a fun build.

    Why did you go fiberglass on the rear fender?
    ^^My $0.02 not yours^^
    -Chris
    aka Gas Man

    "Why pay somebody else to fuck up your bike?"
    "Custom don't bolt on!"

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