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  1. Falstaff

    '53 Bel Airflow Shelby

    I might have missed it. Is that tank original to the bike? I have one that looks the same but hasn't fit any frame I've ever had.
  2. Falstaff

    '53 Bel Airflow Shelby

    I saw it too.
  3. Falstaff

    ☠ ᗷᑌTTEᖇᗷᗩᒪᒪ ᗷᗩᑎᗪIT ☠(ᗩKᗩ - ᑕᕼᑌᗷᗷY)

    You didn't have to spill the beans because of me...but thanks for thinking of me.
  4. Falstaff

    Edgelord

    I've heard the same thing about rat rods but look at all the builds happening here.
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    Am I about to bend the rules to far?

    Go back and read the rules of the build off. Removing or adding a tab for brakes or chain guard is ok, but no major frame mods. But if the frame is unboltable, then there's no fab or welding to remove or add to it. The stays bolt on, then they can be removed with a wrench... it's a simple...
  6. Falstaff

    The Rusty Rocket

    Are you going to make it pressure jet powered?
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    Am I about to bend the rules to far?

    My opinion is if it's removable from the factory, then it can be replaced by something aftermarket.
  8. Falstaff

    °°° ShowBoatin' ™ °°°

    I bought a cheapo 30 buck blaster off the bay years ago. I've only used the coal slag that TSC sells, but it works pretty well. A bit of a slow process with a small tank compressor, but it still does the job. I am interested in seeing how your setup works.
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    '53 Bel Airflow Shelby

    Cobblers anvils are still made, but it would probably be easier to find them at an antique shop. Now GTB, and imagine I just made the Tim Allen barking noise.
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    '53 Bel Airflow Shelby

    I agree. An anvil of any size is an indispensable tool.
  11. Falstaff

    '53 Bel Airflow Shelby

    Also check for body hammers while perusing harbor freight. A set of hammers and dollies can go a long way.
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    Build-Off Bike Names: Pop Culture References

    My friend Anthony is a huge fan. Honestly they weren't a bad band, they just jumped on that ballad band wagon of the late 80s and messed it all up. Then when the singer went to Van Halen, that was just bad.
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    (MY) HOODLUM FRIEND

    We could all just meet up one day for a ride at a place like 3 creeks or something.
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    (MY) HOODLUM FRIEND

    @SoulGarageOH apologies for the take over... back to your buld.
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    (MY) HOODLUM FRIEND

    I'm south of Columbus, in Lancaster. I've met a couple of the Ohio guys, but didn't realize there were so many of us.
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    (MY) HOODLUM FRIEND

    There are a couple others, not sure how often they're on here these days as I haven't been around much myself. Also, I think most live in or near Columbus. That said, there are some cool sights here. Even in smaller areas, there's stuff. My little city has some nice architecture, and a big ol...
  17. Falstaff

    Rollin bones

    Cool frame to start with. I didn't know memory lane was happening this year.
  18. Falstaff

    Build Off 16 Highlight Thread

    Man, seeing that Graco makes me miss mine.... ok, I'm past it.
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    Build Off 16 Highlight Thread

    I think it looks finished, because I'd ride it as is.