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  1. motorcitygearjammer

    pair of roadmasters

    thank you all for the info. 1941 thats cool i will be hanging on to this pair. thank again
  2. motorcitygearjammer

    How to weld chain neatly?

    I may be wrong but it looks like your welding it laying flat. try hanging the chain and weld it with vertical down welds, it will take less weld and you will move your hands faster and gravity helps also. that's my two cents. good luck.
  3. motorcitygearjammer

    pair of roadmasters

    I never seen seat light like that either. it hold batteries and would light up with on and off switch.
  4. motorcitygearjammer

    pair of roadmasters

    hi I picked up this pair of 26" roadmaster. they seem to be all original and some cool parts on them. the boys bike ID# is K55808 and the girls is J35297 there is No Cw stamp on the bottom by the # just the # if someone could help with the years. thanks and heres some pics.thanks for any info.
  5. motorcitygearjammer


    hi everyone i posted a twin bar frame that i picked up earlier in this thread. well its back to being a rideable bicycle again but it still missing some parts that i couldn't find or afford$ heres a pic.I think it looks nice.
  6. motorcitygearjammer


    cwc RoadMaster
  7. motorcitygearjammer

    Elgin Twinbar

    heres a pic. of my twin bar that i built, i also started with just a frame. with out buying all the high dollar parts that you can't find.the springer look good on your frame.
  8. motorcitygearjammer

    captain americruiser...rideable!

    for the scale look on your frame you could try spray painting over fish net stockings that will give you the scale look.
  9. motorcitygearjammer


    heres pic. of 1939 Elgin twin bar i builtheres a pic. of 1960 Schwinn i also built
  10. motorcitygearjammer

    Before & After Pics

    Elgin twin bar beforeafter
  11. motorcitygearjammer

    Lets see all those Twin Bar frames!!

    heres a pic. of a Elgin twin bar i built before and after pic.
  12. motorcitygearjammer

    the Bagger

    heres a bigger pic.
  13. motorcitygearjammer

    Schwinn bikes ( post pics here )

    here are some pics. of a 1960 schwinn panther i hot rodded up a little. custom paint and cream tires. it rides real nice.
  14. motorcitygearjammer

    the Bagger

    Hi everyone I'm jumpin in BONINE with this Monark built, Rocket badge 26" tanker. Here's a picture of what I'm starting with. After looking over the bike and seeing the crash bars, dual exhaust I keep thinking of a full dress bagger. So instead of chopping and ripping parts off of it, I am...
  15. motorcitygearjammer


    very very nice bike, great job.
  16. motorcitygearjammer


    well I think I have all the parts to build a bike. heres it is with most of the parts in place. now I need to get going on the body work and paint, times running out fast and I have so little time to work on it.
  17. motorcitygearjammer

    51 girls Panther's new look

    love the green tires heres some pics. of a old straight bar Murray i used them on. glad to here you got your bikes back.
  18. motorcitygearjammer


    thanks for the tips. I dug up a can of bondo that I had setting around the house a few years. I tried putting some bondo on the plastic type foam and it didn't seem to hurt it at all, so I put a thin coat over the tank. now i hope it hardens it is pretty old bondo. well it seems to be working a...
  19. motorcitygearjammer


    I'm thinking about putting Bondo over it but I don't know if it will melt the foam. how did you cover your foam tank when you did it thanks Ron.
  20. motorcitygearjammer


    Well I run across some plastic type foam so I'm going to try and make a I cut a piece to fit in the frame. here's a pic.I like the looks of the foam in the frame for the tank. I have some winchester 12ga. shotgun shells that i was wanting to use in the build, so I stuck them in the side...