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So I got this free bike last night. I have a few bikes laying around and I wanted to do something alittle different just to play with. I ride a Specialized mountain bike normally a few times a week, but I wanted something to just mess around with and have fun doing so.

So anyways somebody gave me this Roadmaster piece of crap with front and rear suspension, and I was like fuck it, why not? So so far here is how it is looking right now. I have some braces made up to support the rear end that go from the axle to the rear of the frame, 1 inch box, should work good...... Then i got to make a proper chain and get some new tires but it should be good to go......

Just thought I'd post it for the hell of it.......

 

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looks nice
 

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Originally posted by Frontwalker@Aug 26 2005, 02:07 AM~3695369
with an other frame,wheels,handlebars,grips,chainguard,springer forks and a saddle it will look good
I already got one of those.

And I am restoring a 63 3 speed right now ;)


Besides, the rear end is to wide to bolt up to a Schwinn frame.
 

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Originally posted by lalove@Aug 26 2005, 12:34 PM~3697677
open the bach end put one side on the floor and step on it and the other side grab it and pulled a lil bit until you get to the right size
I'd rather just bolt my Schwinn rear end up to it rather than stretch a frame out for no reason ;)
 

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Originally posted by ALOW1@Aug 27 2005, 03:33 AM~3701840
Yeah basically....

I was thinking about adding another rear end to the front so I would have a 4 wheeler.
DO IT DO IT DO IT DO IT DO IT DO IT DO IT!!!!!! that would be fucking kick ass man like a fuckin ATV
 
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