SOUL CATCHER (final stretch!!!!!)

Jan 12, 2012
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Re: SOUL CATCHER (Copper Springs DONE)

First off a pic of the front springs outside

Twisted copper, Hmmm where could these go?

Copper trimmed and bent

Finally found a use for them weird little nuts off of 10 speeds

Test fitting

May end up tucking them in some

Aint far from being done with this part of the build

Another angle
 
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Re: SOUL CATCHER (More copper work DONE)

I didnt do a weight test yet mainly put them on to stabilize the rack. thinking about moving the tops in so it can handle more weight but that will come later I have to figure out why the front hub keeps loosening up.
 
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Re: SOUL CATCHER ( neighbors sofa had to die)

It turned out better then I thought it would. I still have to trim off the back side but think it will look better then the black seat thats on soul catcher right now
 
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Re: SOUL CATCHER ( neighbors sofa had to die)

Got it all back together and its looking sweet


still have to touch up the paint on the bottom but Im pleased how it turned out
 
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Re: SOUL CATCHER ( neighbors sofa had to die)

Thanks, I wanted a leather seat with some kind of design on the bike but a $40 + seat was out of the question so with $3 in foam a piece of the neighbors sofa and stuff I had already had on hand, thats what I came up with
 
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Re: SOUL CATCHER ( neighbors sofa had to die)

Thanks mitchelangelo
Took her out the other day for a shake down ride and rode about a mile with the kids, even tho its weights alot it rides like a dream. Now to try and find the second part of my build
 
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Re: SOUL CATCHER ( second half of build started)

Guess you could say I got the second half of my build started. I got tired of trying to find a bike cart to tear down and use so Im going to try and figure out how to use 2 front wheels and make my own cart.
Heres what Im starting off with
 
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