KRUSTY KRITTER

Discussion in 'BUILD OFF 3 FINISHED BIKES' started by FOUND OBJECTS, Aug 18, 2008.

  1. FOUND OBJECTS

    FOUND OBJECTS

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    AWESOME!!!!!!

    I had a blast doing this! Thanks!

    Good Luck to all!

    1. You can only enter one bike in the build off (can change bikes once if needed)
    My Only Bike Entered...

    2. Start a new post and use the bike name as the Subject.
    Posted Build Sheet...

    3. Must use factory frame....no altering of original frame structure
    (grinding off fender tabs and cutting seat tube height is okay, just no major frame design changes).
    Stock Frame...

    4. Bike must not already be built.
    Posted Build Sheet...

    5. Must include before, progress, and after photos (all in one thread please)
    Posted Build Sheet...

    6. Bike must be ridable.
    I took it for a nice ride yesterday to take photos...

    7. Use any parts you like....mo rat = mo bettah!
    I used parts I liked...

    8. Parts can be attached any way you wish (includes welding).
    I added parts the way I wished...

    9. Paint must be applied by builder.
    I applied paint to the chain gaurd and seat as well as the faux tank...

    10. KEEP IT CHEAP...remember...IT'S A RAT ROD!!!!
    I spent less than $20 total on the entire bike...
     
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  2. karfer67

    karfer67

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    neat bike looks like something nicky 6 would roll. love the details ohhh how i love details. but you better hope you never slip off the back of that seat :shock:
     
  3. BrigmasterA

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    I didn't even realize the striping on the seat. Nice man. Really dig the build man.
     
  4. Markm

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    mmmmm.....Spikey!!!!! :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
     
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    Thanks guys! :D
    Yeah, the spikes would really give you a jolt, remenicent of a mosh pit.
    I should post a close-up of the pin striping...I guess I didn't get a real decent shot in there.
    It was my first attempt at striping something...it took a life of it's own :p
     
  6. GTCOMA

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    I like it! the straight bars are a good choice. I looks like something Rocksteady or Bebop from TMNT would ride.
     
  7. MaddMatt

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    I really like this bike. One of my favorites so far.
     
  8. Timbo

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    nice bike, like the leaopard print..OI
     
  9. Dan Jose

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    lol! now that you said it i can picture that. cool bike. :mrgreen:
     
  10. FOUND OBJECTS

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    Thanks!
    Yeah, very punk rock inspired... Soul-ful build.
    When you look at art you see the artist story...
    That is why I totally dig custom builds.
     
  11. KOTA

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    YIKES>>>>>>>SPIKES!.......Nice build!
     
  12. JoKeR63

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    Nice build, ranks high on my "most ratty" scale.
    But I gotta' ask, is the headlite functional?
    And if not, have you been pulled over for "open container"?
     
  13. Heavy Pedal

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    Cool bike!! I like the chainguard and how the white chain work together. That looked like a lot of fun!
     
  14. BrigmasterA

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    I still like your bike, but I still wanna see more pictures of the seat...
     
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    Sorry...
    Here's the pinstriping on the seat up close :)
    As far as the open container...
    Who knows what cops will do if they're bored.
    Fortunatly I live in a big city where the police have better things to do.
    They are actually not a problem.
    Dare I say...they are actually pretty cool about stuff. :eek:

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    she turned out great :mrgreen:
     
  17. FOUND OBJECTS

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    Thank You!
     
  18. xddorox

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    The red handkerchief, the tank plate and the beer can headlight make this bike for me. All around cool ride, would be proud to ride it myself. :D
     

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