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I am finally done, good thing too because the upkeep of the house is falling behind. It turned out as good as I could have hoped. I got the dual rear drive worked out and the floating rear end makes sure you always have plenty of traction. With an overall length of 12' 10", it can be a bit much maneuvering around the garage. The single piggy-back rack holds bikes of all sizes rather well.
This would be the perfect bike for swap meets or garage sales since it has plenty of storage space to carry all of your treasures. The real talent of this bike will come out in the skid contest at next years bike fest.
I want to thank everyone for the support and positive comments. This, being my first build-off, has been a great experience and a ton of fun.
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wow, it's like the bicycle version of a Christmas Hess Truck.
 
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NOTHER beyond MY imagination bike!........NICE!
 

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