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Old 29-06-2008, 07:33 AM
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I only startedthis thread coz over the years people kept asking had I built my trike. The fact is that now only the front part of the frame is left from the original vehicle. Even the engine and gearbox have been changed. So its easier to say its been rebuilt than to say I just bought it like this. Coz It wasnt like thiswhen I bought it lol. I even registered the damn thin It was in the process of being built when I saw it and told him to stop coz I was going to tear it apart and do my own thing.
the harley is a different thing altogether. Barnaby Wildes rebuilt the engine , added the wide ass to it, Custom wheels etc. All I did was plonk another seat on it. That just constitutes ermmmmm plonkin on a seat pmsl. Donovan master seat plonker errrm that dont sound too good do it.
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Old 29-06-2008, 09:54 AM
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tricky one eh
i always say rebuilt meself, some times say built
but i can`t weld that good, ok for engine mounts and other hanging brackets
but you wouldn`t want to ride a bike if i welded the main frame up
i`ve altered frames and tack welded it up and got a propper welder to finish it off
my chop got rebuilt every year, just kept using the same frame over and over again
i rebuilt the harley 2 years ago but haven`t done nothing to it since except repair the fuckin thing every 2 weeks
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