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Discussion in 'Project Rides' started by rusty.kirkpatrick, Dec 13, 2017.
I assume these are flat Lobdells, they’re pretty rough though.
It’s finally off the stand. Got more done recently but the weather’s been crappy. Got my seat sent out and waiting on my A.S. Stem bolt and wedge. Got a 2 speed set up for this bike, but it’s not gonna work. The bigger sprocket won’t fit under the back of the chainguard and I didn’t have the heart to cut an original guard, so I’ll have to find another project for it.
Very! cool! Love the way it's turning out!
Looks great,the blue really stands out. Nice job man!
Wow, very nice job!
What an amazing transformation! I really like what you have been able to accomplish with the bike. It’s one nice looking ride!
Love that bike @rusty.kirkpatrick
Appreciate all the compliments, can’t wait to take it for a spin.
Man, I love this bike. That blue is such a cool color.
Great job, Rusty ! I'm a big fan of the tubular truss rod fork with truss rod holders. Good thing the the fenders weren't missing or beyond repair; they're not the easiest fenders to find. Enjoy the ride.
Finally finished the ole ‘46. Got a good deal on it from legendary member @oldfart36. All cleaned up and regreased and rolling nicely. Got my seat top back from @STRADALITE who did a bang up job.
Here’s a before pic.
Man, that turned out really nice! I think your restoration brought it right to level it needed to be to look the best.
Nice job , it came really nice!
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Really a beauty!
Don't know about "Legendary" LOL But Man, I love it!!! Feels so good when I know a bike goes to a true Brother! Killer!!!
Well of course you are, thanks buddy.