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post #16 of 65 Old 01-29-2012, 09:28 AM
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Thats a good lookin bike dude. A+

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Thats a good lookin bike dude. A+
cheers ive had her for donkeys years.....lol
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now its all togeter it looks...... FUCKING AWSOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!..... great job mate one mine is back up togeter we will have to meet up and compare dicks i mean bikes lol


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post #19 of 65 Old 01-29-2012, 02:13 PM
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do you think i could do something like this on my f model cheers j
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great write up mark....i see a 6otm nomination in the near future
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Nice write up, and I love how you modified the stock subframe rather than modify a 636 one.

Unfortunately most people can't weld, otherwise this would be even better. (my inability to weld I plan to make a temporary setback).
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Nice write up, and I love how you modified the stock subframe rather than modify a 636 one.

Unfortunately most people can't weld, otherwise this would be even better. (my inability to weld I plan to make a temporary setback).

cheers for the comments guys
and i know where you are coming from there larry .....
i can weld..... but i gave the idea to a few guys that couldnt weld ....shall i weld or shant i ....
so after a chat i thought why not give the non weld attempt a go ....
i had nothing to loose as if it didnt work i still had the B-frame and would of used that .....
but yeah came out well and now people that cant weld can see it can be done ......
hopefully this thread will help a few people out .....
and to show them ....modding doesnt have to be big money its just time and patience

so after that i thought it was a good thing to post it up

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Great post man. So i guess that this can be done without buying a b subframe right?
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Great post man. So i guess that this can be done without buying a b subframe right?
yes you can do it without buying a subframe
but you will have to make a simple but sturdy bracket at the rear for the screws to go through and hold the plastics to the frame
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have been looking to buy the seat unit from fleabay, do i use my original f model seat? could you tell me the length of the b model subframe so i know how much i need to cut off cheers j p.s your bike is awesome!!!
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Awesome work mark!!.. Really good job.. And ond.. It's nice to have some fun and not be soo serious from time to time lol..

Ond I was just thinking the other day I'm surprised ur still running that old rear.. I'm pretty sure all that's left is the rear and new wheels.. And maybe a turbine engine to make ur. Ike complete lol..
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have been looking to buy the seat unit from fleabay, do i use my original f model seat? could you tell me the length of the b model subframe so i know how much i need to cut off cheers j p.s your bike is awesome!!!
you will need a B-series seat as the angle of the seat has to be right around the rear section ....with your F-model seat it would never sit right on the tail plastics
well if you follow the pics and the write up you really dont need the measurements but i know the B-seires is ABOUT 1.5 INCHES shorter than the J-series .....just cut the frame off just before the cross brace and you wont go wrong mate
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cool banana i'm gonna give it a try have seen a seat unit i will stick up some pics thanks for your advice (am probably going to drive you mad for more) peace jj p.s have you seen anyone put j1/2 front fairings on an f model
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