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the price tag scared me away from this one, but now knowing they only made 250 of them, the price doesn't seem too bad.
also, love the shifter. wonder how hard it would be to duplicate with a 3 speed
Hi! I'm newbie on the forum all the way from Finland. Here's my Felt. Third one that i've owned. I also have couple of other rides but their aren't Felts so i'll post them seperatly.=) Hope you'll like this one. It's Felt Squaler with few modifications. Still workin' on with this one.:
Shifter would give you a bit to work out but I think it would work...
Yeah I was kind of surprised to find out there where only 250 built. after I bought it I sent a email to felt asking how many where in the "limited" run.... I figured maybe a thousand or a few thousand... but nope, 250
"Monster Make Pretty"
Larry the Blacksmith
" If you cant fix it with a Hammer, You have an electrical problem"
I stupidly passed on the chance to buy #3. I am such a dummie!
My dad's a T.V. repairman...he's got an AWESOME set of tools. I can fix it.
wow... very nice Bikes
o.k. now I will show you my first Cruiser from Felt, the El Guapo
no customizing, only head- and real light. I like this bike original
Here is my Felt Cruiser "Limited Edition New Belgium Brewery Fat Tire Ale" Bike. It has some fatty Quick Bricks, flat brick red paint and some flippin cool logos and extras. This bike is twice the ride as my Electra Cruiser. In fact, I think I'm ordering a Felt Frame Kit and going from there next time or finding a used one and build it up, but thats for another time.
Unfortunatly I may have to sell this one to pay for the next bike/build.
By the way, you guys have some sweet felts, i'm a little jealous right now.
Hey I just noticed some differences between some of our Felt Frames. Sorry if I'm a little sloooow, but I noticed some of these frames look like they have a weld seam on the main tank area, others do not. Were the earlier ones two piece? Mine has no weld, so I think it must be the hydro formed version.
Again, I've been away from the scene for a long time so if you have some info on this I'd appreciate it. I'm looking for a used and abused Felt frame for my new custom job but I would like it to be the cleaner version with no welds on the main area.
My opinion would be to find a used one so you have all the parts there. it was a good idea for them to sell a Frame kit, but for the price you can find a used one, take it apart and customize it for cheaper. I found my 1903 for $160 on craigslist. Even $300 for a used Felt would be good considering the frame kit is $350 and you still have to buy wheels/tires/cranks and a lot of other things to complete it.
also, pm me a price on the fat tire felt. I may be interested if it's not too much. I have two 2004 electra fat tire bikes and plan on collecting more of them.
just realized this was your post also
the way I found my 1903 was i actually posted on craigslist "Wanted: Felt or Electra Cruiser" (some of you dallas folks may have seen it)and a guy offered it to me for $250. after about 2 weeks of emails back and forth, we settled on the $160 . when i have a little extra money I may post another add.
and as far as the seal on the tanks. it does look like it's just the differnent way the frames are made. on the website it looks like the "Hydroform Steel Tank Frame" is a little cheaper than the "Cruiselite Rust-Free Aluminum Hydroform Tank Frame" that has the seal. just a different material. but i can understand wanting the seamless one for a custom project. will look nice all smooth
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