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re: Puch Bobber

Postby John » Fri Nov 15, 2013 5:57 am

Bat tank looks great there and the use of the bicycle front forks at the rear is perfect. By continueing the cross bar back to the rear forks it completes the look. Nice trick with the bicycle shock also. For the motor you should look for a kick start E50 from a Magnum X. 4 HP right from the get go without a kit. A little more matching and porting and you could have 6-7 HP with a proper pipe.
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re: Puch Bobber

Postby dracothered » Fri Nov 15, 2013 11:01 pm

The seat sub frame is now fully fab'd and just needs paint. Put the seat on it and sat down giving it the bouncing up and down treatment. Nothing broke, twisted or snapped on it.
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re: Puch Bobber

Postby dracothered » Tue Nov 19, 2013 10:48 pm

Here is the seat sub frame all done...
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She rolls now but still need allot done before she moves under her own power.
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