20 or less final pics

Discussion in 'RR KID BUILD OFF FINISHED BIKES' started by sensor, May 11, 2008.

  1. sensor

    sensor

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    heres what i had to begin with.......
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    my wifes old huffy(26" chesapeak)
    and heres what she became.......
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    heres a size comparison pic for those who arent sure it is really 20" :wink:
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    BUILD THREAD HERE
     
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  2. Gold Street Customs

    Gold Street Customs

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    Very classy,I need to stop working on everyone elses bikes and get to building.
     
  3. ej599

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    My son: "Whoa.. That's cool!" Looks like it's flat tracker time! Nice job.
     
  4. GTCOMA

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    So how close do those pedals get to the ground on turns?

    Very nice work! the Brook$ $addle doesn't hurt the cause either.
     
  5. karfer67

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    wait just a second where are the ridding pics hold everything and it is not pink!!!!! oh yea you rode it at the show sry bout that and i guess i can forgive you about the paint. awsome job the pics dont do this bike justice
     
  6. sensor

    sensor

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    thanks for the +'s every one
    gtcoma....the pedals are about 1/2" from the ground when riding so ya gotta remember to level before a turn or those old pedals are gone(im gonna swap the crank for a stingray jr. one when my sons tall enough to ride it but.....that doesnt stop him from climbing on it and making motorcycle noises now :mrgreen: )
    thanks ej599 glad he likes it and great job on buddys bike!! looks like he LOVES it(i would too....wish you wouldve got a shot of his face when you told him it was his...but the huge :mrgreen: says enough!)
     
  7. ridered7603

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    Would you like to sell those two bikes? Do you have more? Very kool bikes.
     
  8. fast eddie

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    tha bike is so freekin cool! i voted for ya, that bike is a prize in itself!
    fast eddie outty
     
  9. fonzy@scc

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    I really like the way this came out... Very clean lookin'... good job... :wink:
     

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