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well here it is, my main picture,I had planned to take the bike to a nice area for a good few photos but my sciatica is worse and causing muscle pain at present so off to chiropractor soon.
Enjoyed building this one, mostly stress free except for working out how to do the rocker/spring always a blast to see what people come up with from around the world, keep riding, keep creating
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Great bike man! Very nicely detailed and well thought out. I really like the bars and the springer. Overall just a very cool bike with lots of presence. Nice!
 

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Great bike man! Very nicely detailed and well thought out. I really like the bars and the springer. Overall just a very cool bike with lots of presence. Nice!
Thanks man, it came out great in the end, I do tend to make sure everything looks good down to the nuts n bolts and small things like how the cables flow keeping it tidy
 

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Wicked dragster man! Love the header pipe wrap effect and thos twin SA shifters are awesome! Great way to represent for NZ as always!
BRAVO!
 

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Wicked dragster man! Love the header pipe wrap effect and thos twin SA shifters are awesome! Great way to represent for NZ as always!
BRAVO!
Thanks man, always good to push myself beyond the tried and true building styles especially in this country where there isn't too much in the way of good bikes for great prices, prices are OK but there's no meat on the bones and there's slim pickings, but sometimes I get a lucky break
 

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