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    I managed to get some work done on my new motorcycle. It will be some what larger then my previous ones, 14" long, which is about 25% larger then my other ones. I've included some photos to show the difference in size, as well some construction photos, showing some of the parts required, although there is a lot of them to make yet.
    I've also included a fixture that I made to fabricate the spoked wheels.
    This has turned out to be a bit slow in making progress, as it is a new design, with hopefully more detail than before.
    I'll post more pictures as things move along.
    I also have a new road grader under construction, that I will try to post pictures of soon.
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  • #2
    Nicely done.
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    • #3
      I haven't seen your work before, But all I can say is...Outstanding...!!!!!

      I know a few people in my life who would love something like this...

      Beautiful work...!!!
      I hope to see more.........

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      • #4
        Very nice.

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        • #5
          Excellent, love the work. Like the wheel jig too.

          I was into bikes for many years till my artritis in my spine ended my days in the saddle, so realy like your bike. Good job.
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          • #6
            Many thanks

            Many thanks to everyone who commented on my work the last few months.
            I have taken some time to check out other people's sites that are posted here, and the work and talent are amazing. Lots of ideas, if I ever get some free time.

            Thanks again


            • #7
              Those are waaay cool. The flames are awesome.


              • #8
                Great work, Nick,
                Hopefully the larger size also makes the work a little less tedious.
                That's a win/win situation!
                God Bless! Spirithorse


                • #9
                  Really cool, Nick! What are you using for front forks? Aluminum tube? Heck of a project!



                  • #10
                    This is sweeeeeet Nick, thanks for the WIP.......I watched the American Chopper Biker Build Off with the Teutel's ( Jr. and Sr.),and Jesse James, but your WIP is lots more interesting. Way to go Nick.
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