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  • #16
    Nice, very nice... Guys pictures do not do Dave's bike justice. It is eye candy at its purest form. I could have spent hours just looking over the details of the bike. Its one of the bikes that you know that every piece has a story to it.

    Plus any where you roll up on that its like :vgirl who's your daddy....
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    • #17
      That's a good dog, RIP Lucy
      It's not "derailed", as long as the last post relates to the post above it...it's just on a different rail, heading into a more interesting direction

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Motive View Post
        That's a good dog, RIP Lucy
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        • #19
          Dave, how long did the transformation take?



          Sorry about Lucy, a good dog is as hard to lose as a good friend.
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          • #20
            Originally posted by DevilDogBagger View Post
            I could have spent hours just looking over the details of the bike. Its one of the bikes that you know that every piece has a story to it. ..
            i like lee's twisted back rest
            AND
            deans addition to the project has "unique" all over it
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            • #21
              Originally posted by toorglide View Post
              i like lee's twisted back rest
              AND
              deans addition to the project has "unique" all over it
              Yep, the list is too long for the things that I really like about that bike.
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              • #22
                Originally posted by Bonsai View Post
                Dave, how long did the transformation take?
                16 years or better from the looks of it.
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                • #23
                  I'd like a better shot of the helmet and stripes.
                  It's not "derailed", as long as the last post relates to the post above it...it's just on a different rail, heading into a more interesting direction

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                  • #24
                    You should have seen him ride that thing up the trail to his campsite on Sunday morning! It looked like something out of Easy Rider! lol
                    Great looking bike, Dave. Robert and I were admiring it Sunday morning as it sat there on the trail.
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                    • #25
                      I built the bike in shy of 3 years. It went through 3 phases, to what it is now.

                      Jeff.....that trail thing would have turned ugly if one of those half-rotted bridges broke as I went over it....... :)

                      Thanks for the compliments, guys.

                      First phase: Ridable. After riding it enough to work out a few bugs, I went to phase II.



                      Phase II: Rat. I liked it, but it got old. After Rat, I went to full fendered Rat.





                      Last edited by Dave63; 05-26-2010, 11:23 AM.
                      **Note: The technical info I provide is suggestive. I am not a perfeshunel.

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                      • #26
                        Thanks for the info

                        I always liked that bike and seeing the before makes it that much more impressive!
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                        • #27
                          Naked:



                          Bobbed rear fender ans 21" front tire with fog lamps and gloss paint.



                          First with new tins before current look.

                          **Note: The technical info I provide is suggestive. I am not a perfeshunel.

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                          • #28
                            That there is alot of transformations.
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                            • #29
                              Jeff.....that trail thing would have turned ugly if one of those half-rotted bridges broke as I went over it.......
                              :) Yes it could have. I would have been worried if you were on a bagger!
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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by jirvin View Post
                                :) Yes it could have. I would have been worried if you were on a bagger!
                                Oh.....on a bagger, you just ride a wheelie across it!!
                                **Note: The technical info I provide is suggestive. I am not a perfeshunel.

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