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Discussion in 'Australia' started by Bumblebee1000, Dec 30, 2012.
Well been busy over the holidays take a look at bumblebee with attitude.
Nice paint work there James. Did you do it or are they transfers etc
Thanks, there Decals mate
wicked piece of kit :huh ..... now what the feck are you going to do with that thing :eek1
Ride it like I stole it mate lol. Cause I'm cripple I can get special permits to ride it.
The chair rack worked out good and so did the snorkles.
Still got the front bumper to build then move on to the seat.
Finally got around to trying to contact Doug Henry about his seat shock absorber and swivel assembly, I have emailed the guys on this website to see if they can put us in touch. In the video half way down the page he mentions using a mountain bike shock in the set up on the mx bike, hopefully we can get in touch and figure it out.
Looking good James ...shesh you look like ya ol man ..sorry bout that
You have Unleashed the Beast
That's look great mate! and love the vid. Did you also put a bit a time into clearing out the garage?
Looks awesome James, we might have to put that thing to use soon, what do you think ?
Sounds like a plan for sure. It's just so hard/time consuming to get permits.
Ye mate, got a bench grinder for Christmas and had to re-arange the garage to fit it. Well that's what I told the wifey lol
I'm better looking than that old fart lol
Is it one of the rear air shocks Andy?
James, are you interested in a good look around the Jimna area in the New Year?
You can drive to Jimna itself and cut down on your bitumen time, and we can show you around a bit through a few different areas! You shouldn't have any problems getting a permit from Woodford or Kilcoy.
I'm willing to do anything that gets me out and about. So you name it and ill be there.
Will send you a PM, I am still on leave for a week, maybe two.
Looks awesome! I miss my Renegade!
Nice looking machine, now get out there and post some vids of this thing in action!!
Love your work...
Seat suspension is all guesswork at the moment but I am guessing they use a mountain bike rear shock as it should be fairly close to a good spring and damping rate for a seat. Dougs seat also allows for an amount of tilt fore and aft and sideways to allow a para to lean without chafing all the time thats the mount we need to figure out. Hoping I may get some joy from my emails.