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  • Franz
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    Nice Justin. Did you modify the dropouts for the adjuster screw?

    JWDII
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    That bike is awesome! Great job man!

    Nice Q5 and looks like a Mini in the back ground also! πŸ˜‰

    Kleake
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    That bike is awesome

    Critter1
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    Nice Justin. Did you modify the dropouts for the adjuster screw?

    No Franz, the dropout adjuster is a factory thing. Being prewar, the threads were a pitch that no longer exists… They were close enough to 6mm so I re-tapped the dropout to 6mm and made new adjuster screws out of stainless full thread pan head bolts. Turned the adjuster end down on a laithe and cut the pan head off and Loc-Tited a VW oil drain plate nut to them. Added the spring for tension, but mostly for looks…

     

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    Justin..... that's Justin in Spanish.

    Critter1
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    That bike is awesome! Great job man! Nice Q5 and looks like a Mini in the back ground also! ?

    Thanks! Thats my SQ5… the Mini was at the shop for some collision repair.

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    Justin..... that's Justin in Spanish.

    Mrs. Muhr
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    Holden started an after school bike program with Boneshaker Adventures. He’s having a blast minus falling into a cactus.Β 81C3FA32-2977-4D95-885B-E9E5058B146E

    Kleake
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    Go Holden

    Jeremy
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    Cool bike. Is that a Thunderbolt?

    Franz
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    We took intern Will to powderhorn for the bike park’s opening yesterday. He has a good picture to post of a gash that required 22 stitches.

    Needless to say, he is not doing any block sanding today. πŸ˜†

    Rustabus
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    Our search for small motorcycles/pit bikes for camping and cruising seems to have lead us to 50cc bike conversions. Low profile, cheap, pretty small, home built…. The bike team Jones brought over for our camp out last weekend sealed the deal!!! Searched CL and found this Awesome Worksman cruiser, HEAVY DUTY!!!!!!! Check out that lugged frame and super beefy rims!!!!!!!!! Motor is on its way!!!!! πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

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    John Jones
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    Thats right!!!!Β  Rusty is right… I am hooked motorized bicycles… 😎  Β I ordered a whole kit again so we will have two… I also ordered an extra kit to try putting on my big blue bike…. 😎

    I like what Rusty is doing … Vintage bikes…Β  😎  But what about 1 29″ PKRipper???? 😎  with about a 5 HP on it??Β  Or a legit mountain bike, down hill bike even…

     

    John Jones
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    My current $250 dollar local find… 😎  Goes faster than I need to go on a bike!!!!!

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    Franz
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    Problem is most of the SE bikes are aluminum.

    A steel frame would be better to weld the actual engine mount in. Do they make a kit to work with disc brake? Drive on crank side?

    The only chromoly bike I could find in the se line up. 27.5″ x 2.8″ tires. Could easily convert to single speed.

    http://www.sebikes.com/bikes/cat/retro-series/om-duro-275-plus

    The beast mode bike uses the same size tires, but aluminum frame.

    same size 27.5″+

    ronald mcdonald fat ripper. 26″ x 3.5″ tires. Not sure the engine kit will fit with fat tires.

    http://www.sebikes.com/bikes/cat/retro-series

    John Jones
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    Rustabus
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    Sweet! When does it ship??!!??

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