Lowriding Ratter

Discussion in 'ANYTHING GOES BUILD OFF' started by NBP MotorSporrts, Nov 13, 2009.

  1. NBP MotorSporrts

    NBP MotorSporrts

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    Well this is my first build. I built a BMX 30yrs ago, but this is nothing like this.
    A buddy of mine gave me a "Next Street BMX". I tired to give it to my daughter, but she didnt like it, so here I am. I found a set of bent chrome springer forks.
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    Looked cool, but not Ratty enough! So i found Sting Ray sissy bar, Banana seat, And some big Ape Hangers.
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    Still not there!
    Painted it Flat Black, hooked up the rear brake and added some chains...
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    Still no!
     
  2. NBP MotorSporrts

    NBP MotorSporrts

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    Here's my daughter on the lil Ratter.
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    She thinks its cool now. Cool enough to help out. Right now we Broke it down to paint. Every thing is Flat Black ecpt for the rims. We painted them Gloss Red. I'm pinstriping the frame. waiting on new rubber, 3" whitewall for the rear and a 1.5" whitewall on front, full ducktail fenders.
    I shold have some of the pinstriping done tonight and I'll post pics up later.
     
  3. HotRodRob

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    Those are some serious armpit driers you got on there :D
     
  4. NBP MotorSporrts

    NBP MotorSporrts

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    Ok, still a lil wet, please dont touch.
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    As you can see, I dont like uniform.
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  5. theVULTURE

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    ........... how did you get the 8-ball so perfectly round, but still so small? my hand and brush don't seem to "get along" on those types of tight turns :oops:

    looks FAR better than the stock orange!
     
  6. udallcustombikes

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    That. Is. Awesome! I love taking those Wally-World interpritations of bicycles and turning them into something with a little style.
     
  7. nickdaddy

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    looks really awesome
    pinstriping job is mint
     
  8. NBP MotorSporrts

    NBP MotorSporrts

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    Thanks udall. I do like the "WallyWorld" frames too.
    On the 8 ball, well its a secret...haha. Its nice having a vinyl plotter. Just pull up what you want, rip it, stick it, paint in, peal it...DANG, I'M AN ARTEEEEEST! The next time I pinstripe something similar, I'll post up pics of it. Real simple, but not easy.

    Why yes, yes these are some big pit driers.... :) Thank you.
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  9. FunkyStickman

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    My daughter (about the same age as yours) has a Next nike just like the original... if I showed her this one, she'd freak!

    Great job!
     
  10. NBP MotorSporrts

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    Well... Had to order some parts, and wouldnt you know it, thier on "back order". They say I should have some of them by the 30th, and dont know on the rest. Oooh well, guess I wont make the deadline. I'll keep posting up, hope you enjoy the build, I know I will.
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    I'm goin to keep looking for all this at the swap mmets and loco shops around here, But come on, I'm in the "FRIGGIN" MidWest!!! :( :( :( :(
     
  11. NBP MotorSporrts

    NBP MotorSporrts

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    Man I miss SoCal!!!!!!!!
     
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    Well, I just received my tires and chain last night. mounted the tires and put the bike back together. Still need to install; Crank, chain, wrap the sissy bar and handle bars. Still waiting on parts. Drove around town today looking for parts( Midwest SUCKS!) couldnt find anything I needed.
    Here are some pics from last night( excuse the mess, chose to build the bike instead of cleaning, wife is realllllly happy with me. Ooh well).
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  13. Gdcast

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    That´s really Loco mi Amigo!! I like it!

    Don´t complaint about the mid west, at least you´re in the US!
    I practically have to fabricate my own tires down here!!!
    And for pin striping? Do you think I have proper brushes? I had to shave my goat to get stripes on my build, and they stink, besides my goat is really depressed now...
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  14. FunkyStickman

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    My daughter has a bike exactly like the one here you started with... I showed her this one and she was like "Whoah! Cool!"

    Heh. Who knows.
     
  15. NBP MotorSporrts

    NBP MotorSporrts

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    Well, I know I havent posted in a while, but business has been boooooooming.
    I finshed up the "Ratter" finally, I have a couple pics on the camera. I'll download them tomorrow.
    It looks pretty cool, but, I dont know if its what i was looking for( stupid projects, thier never finnished or the dream. HAHA). I entered it in World of Wheels in Feb. I'll post up pics of that too.
    Till tomorrow, laterz.
     
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    I forgot to post these. This is at the World of Wheels last February. Didn't place, But got an awesome plaque.
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    Here are some of the bikes that entered;
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