8-Ply

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  1. deven_science

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  2. KEMPRACING

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    I am a huge fan of car tires on bikes , I love this one , nice job
     
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  3. jodphoto

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    Bad to the bone!
     
  4. BARTO

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    Nice, real nice!
     
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    Looks great!!
     
  6. G-Matt

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    WICKED


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  7. OddJob

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    Custom white-wall auto tire / wheel combo, stretch frame, rear brake, pinstripe on raw frame. Everything works on this build! In my mind it shouldn't look right, but it does! And I remember the "rider shot" video you posted earlier, fits you well!
     
  8. Chief

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    stance is awesome!
     
  9. kingfish254

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    The design on this frame is so well balanced. Most car tire builds are a big tire forced into a bike. You look at this one and it's "Wow, that cool bike has an old car tire on it." There is no missing the tire, but it doesn't overwhelm the build.
    KUDOS on another DS Classic!!!
    BRAVO!!
     
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    My what a big rear end you have there.
    Great build...
     
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  12. GuitarlCarl

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    HEY WHAT'S THE OTHER SIDE LOOK LIKE?

    Carl.
     
  13. deven_science

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    A valid question. Not much different, but I'll see about taking a few pics of the other side in a few days.
     
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  15. deven_science

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    As requested, a couple of pictures of the other side.
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  16. karfer67

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    Perfect flow, nice job deven

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  17. LukeTheJoker

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    Love this bike, really nicely done!

    Luke.
     
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  18. Jake Sensi

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    Great build brother. Heavy like a Chevy!!

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    OMG! THIS IS A MIND BLOWING BUILD...SWEET!
     
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  20. deorman

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    They're all sayin', "I got the big & little hot rod tires goin' on" and d.s. is like, "You don't say. Where's the big one?" :rofl: :thumbsup::thumbsup:
     

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