Judy is a punk

Discussion in 'BUILD OFF 2 BIKES' started by Hooch, Sep 15, 2007.

  1. Hooch

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    well upon further inspection the trike idea isnt going to happen
    the trike I got the rear axle from had been "Rickified" beyond repair(it was owned by a kid who was extremely hard on it)

    so back to 2 wheels she will go
     
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    well im sure you can think of something good on 2 wheels any way.
    you know the wifes what actually got me in to building bikes again. she hated her old huffy townie and wanted a cruiser so the bug had bitten me after that......
     
  3. Hooch

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    hmmmm I guess i should finish this thing huh?
    hopefully work will be slow this week haha I see a government project in the works!
     
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    well as you can see I got it stripped of its parts (at work)
    and painted the frame hopefully tomorrow i can get it mostly put together

    maybe I should add some of that flexible exhaust tubing in the background to make it like a Stutz Blackhawk :)
    with some of the stuff i have seen lately I better not give them ideas hahaha
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    its coming along splendidly :)
    hope to finish it tomorrow
    I am still thinking up some new ideas tonite
    I am glad I work in a bicycle friendly business hehehe
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    Glad to see it comin along.

    Are those delivery trikes? You should trick them out.
     
  7. Hooch

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    those are my bosses trikes the yellow schwinn is mint and the sears we might fix up this winter. there are a few other schwinn lightweights in the back room too
    he didnt know he like bicycles til he met me hahaha now i have sold him a few :)
     
  8. Anonymous

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    Hooch,It looks good from here!

    Hey,What did your new 'triangle' sprocket come off of? I got a 48T one just like it on an unknown brand bike and Im trying to determin its identity.
     
  9. Hooch

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    the sprocket is off a Chain Bicycle Corporation built bike coast to coast i think was this model was branded
     
  10. Anonymous

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    Thanks Hooch
     
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    so hooch when do we get to see judy in all her finery? really looking forward to this bike!
     
  12. Hooch

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    Got her finished :)
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    Hooch it came out great! I like your pics too. Good job.
     
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    sweet bike hooch!!!!!!! hope she enjoys her........btw i know the pickem up cabs a chevy but i cant tell what the coupe is....
    are those yours?!?!?
     
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    thanks and the pictures are shot outside a buddies shop he makes air bag suspensions thats his car its a 39 chevy if I remember correctly
     
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    I loooooove it! Any chance I can get a close up of how the truss rods attach at the top?

    Hugo
     
  17. xddorox

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    Judy is one sweet looking punk. :D
     
  18. tikiharl

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    Any bike w/ a Ramones title rocks for me. This bike is very nice ,great, hope your gal enjoys 8)
     
  19. Hugo

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    For what it's worth, "Judy is a punk" was on my Top Three list. "I aint gonna vota for Hooch, his bike gonna get plenty o' votes fer sure. He don't need mine. I'll vote for one of them cool underdogs instead." Oh well... :)

    Hugo
     
  20. Crank!Basti

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    clean ride Hooch! Diggin' the tires - what brand and size are these? Never seen them. Available in europe? A friend of mine needs some like these for his singlespeeder project.

    Cheers from over the pond.
     

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