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"SNOT ROCKET"...sold

Discussion in 'FINISHED SPACE BIKES' started by KOTA, Feb 26, 2009.

  1. mikeybikesit

    mikeybikesit

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    Re: "SNOT ROCKET"

    Nice. Theres just something about it that pops.
     
  2. thatismytruck

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    Re: "SNOT ROCKET"

    It was so fun to see this bike in person. Highlight of my day was riding Snot Rocket around. Thanks again, for trusting me with it. :wink:
     
  3. KOTA

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    Re: "SNOT ROCKET"

    TRUST you?.........You let me ride your "Airstream" bike which is 10x the bike!..Still can't figure how ya got such a FAT tire in the back of it... Uh, that back tire is worth more than my whole bike, I have a total investment of $30 in SNOT ROCKET, there's no comparison between the two bikes!
     
  4. KOTA

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    Re: "SNOT ROCKET" (update)

    A little up date. Changed the sprocket and cranks to a 48T, BIG improvement. Added a Bell bag. I've been using this bike a lot more then I thought I would. Was a handful in the beginning (negative trail), not after getting used to it. Now it's one of my favorites.

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  5. thatismytruck

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    Re: "SNOT ROCKET" (update)

    Love the bag and that sprocket is way cool.
     
  6. 59punk

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    Re: "SNOT ROCKET" (update)

    dig those forks way more than the cheap looking lowrider forks you see all over, KILLER job. and the fork brace looks simple but I really dig it, K.I.S.S.(keep it simple stupid) that's my motto, you killed it. simple but siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiick!! :mrgreen:
     
  7. KOTA

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    Sold it at the Muscle Bike Museum swap meet. Never thought I'd sell it. I think the guy was more interested in the seat then the whole bike. Anyway, because of the negative trail on the bike, I sold it as a "work of art" :roll:, not a rideable bike. This was a very simple bike, but it always generated attention. I kinda miss it.....I've got others to takes it's place. :D
     
  8. mastronaut

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    Maybe the guy who bought it wants to restore it, looks like the frame and rack are either Murray or Higgins. There is nice potential there for a resto project!
     
  9. KOTA

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    If he does, I'll have to buy it back, and "restore" it back the way it is! :lol:
     

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