Little "RAY"

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For my grandson....Left over from his older sister. He dug it out of the back of the shed. He likes riding it, and he does look COOL on it! But we had to BOY it up!....Four hours later.

Girlie version


Boy'd up version
 

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You forgot the pink valve caps. :mrgreen: :wink:

Looks great. Amazing what a little paint and vinyl will do
 
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cman said:
You forgot the pink valve caps. :mrgreen: :wink:

Looks great. Amazing what a little paint and vinyl will do
Just in case SHE wants to ride it! :lol:


You're right I DID forget them.
 
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Elmer said:
It's nice to see a master's hand at work, and for a good cause.
Thanks! :lol: :lol:
I wish all bikes were this easy. The hardest part was getting the glue off, from the stickers....It was so hot and humid, it felt like the paint was drying before it hit the bike. I used a vinyl upholstery dye in a rattle can, that I bought for $1 at East Coast Market 5 years ago. That stuff was fantastic.

ScurryMurray said:
Looks great. I like the heat-treated chain guard. What size is that rear tire?
Blazing heat and I'm out there with a propane torch heating the guard to RED hot, he better appreciate this.
Rear tire is 16 x 3.00
 
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josh_from_ga said:
Looks nice. Is this the 16" or 12" version? I've been wanting to get several of each for my nieces and nephews.
It's a 16"....It takes a little time for them to get used to the rake.
 
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MplsCoaster said:
Hey Kota,

It always makes me feel great when I see a kid riding a bike with a smile on their face :D :D

Nice Job Grandpa!
I took that pic riding along side of him....I was smiling too.