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Discussion in 'Some Assembly Required' started by jdrocks, Dec 13, 2010.
I can already see it... it's beautimous!!
how about tank, seat, and controls?
...and don't nobody say nuthin' about the fender.
probably need a silencer.
this is right in so many ways
I have too ... I'm going on record that I LIKE THE LOOK with the high red fender ...
Ain't no dirt road goin slow that bad boy down......I like that fender too......should put one on the back .
damn, might have to start a poll.
might be a high black fender, or maybe something else.
i chose that fender to scare the hell out of the Nova Scotia moose when they see it coming at 'em down the road. they jump right back in the bush, pronto.
might have to change something, it looks a little too close to where the radiator guard mounts.
It's looking good, the first thing I thought of was...
cool lookin' bike, very similar concept. thanks for the link.
change the swingarm yet?
Mine is on hold now. Just lost my job
The bike is in storage about 500 miles east of my current location, started a new career and don't have the time...so I am living vicariously through you, LOL.
damn, sorry to hear that. lots of ADV guys around the area, network the heck out of the community, something may turn up real quick.
i better start taking more build photos then, keep ya alive, vicariously speaking.
Dude you need to keep a parts list and sell it to others that want to do the build.
Just throw a couple 1/4" flat washers between the back fender mounts and the lower triple clamp ... problem solved ...
since you broke the rules and mentioned the red fender, i'll be a sheeple and follow suit. When the front lights and fairing is on I think it will look right its just the lack of mass infront of the forks that gives it that long broke beak look
I think I like Dave's bike better than the Ducati. That forward cylinder looks like it's beggin for a Trans-Lab bowling ball rock to smash into it. I can't imagine trying to work on a broke down Ducati out in the woods either.