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  1. Re: building tourmaster for being gas motor assisted

    I trusted that you could make it safe and does this mean your giving up on the Tour Master build?

    Pete
  2. Re: building tourmaster for being gas motor assisted

    Thats cool you found some, I personally wouldn't spend a cent on anything I couldn't make. This is what we do here.....make bikes....
  3. Re: building tourmaster for being gas motor assisted

    Wow, can't beleive they would do this to you at your LBS. My bike shop gets everything I need and I ask for weird stuff.

    I must have missed something reading this interesting thread, why must you...
  4. Re: building tourmaster for being gas motor assisted

    Graucho.........I love what you did to my bike:punk:
    http://i284.photobucket.com/albums/ll13/grauchosbikes/modbike2.jpg

    That is the best spot for that motor don't you know! You just need to build...
  5. Re: building tourmaster for being gas motor assisted

    Yeah I get this. I assume you have not made the Tourmaster as of yet. Sweet bike for a motor but I don't think what you got will not work, just a thought. Looks like the engine is too tall. Gregg, a...
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    Re: New Hammerhead

    I have been away way to long. Here I'm posting on the Hammer Head thread thats 4 months gone by. One of my favorite subjects, the Hammer Head. Mine which is around 3 or more years old now has been...
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    Re: Geodesic Fairing

    When I use to race my Banks Dory for fun I would see a lot of these boats built this way. They are extremly light and fast and as a boat I found way to light. I prefer the cedar strip method. Light...
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    Re: cannot download the plans I bought

    I had the same problem 1/1/11 with my Norton so after a short wrestling match I downloaded the 6 pack to a flash drive and the Norton didn't mind. After that I opened them onto my desktop without a...
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    Re: How Much Does A Zombie Weigh?

    We did some weighing back in the day, it seems, about how much the High Roller weighed in at. The thread is here hopefully:...
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    Re: excellent plans ... but

    I agree. You can suck the fun right out of the build if you build your bike to exact specs.
    All the major parts are there, you just have to apply your skills as a builder.
    Study your plans till you...
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    Re: I Miss A Week & Everything Changes....

    Sorry 'bout your 'puter Joey and all that drive time, but nothing has changed here. Do I know you from somewhere?

    Pete
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    Re: A pair of Ski Bikes

    I made one last year and tried it once in the yard and then my daughters took it away from me. They tell me it's really cool.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Xln4EsHDaA

    Pete
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    This dude has lost his mind

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7H7jA51puu0

    Pete
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    Re: Two chains reroute

    Thanks Richie Rich
    That is a pipe dream and to tell the truth when I was building this bike I would wake up at night with an idea and made sure I could remember it for the next day, for real. Thats...
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    Re: Two chains reroute

    Not sure yet on a roll but for now I'll use the neighbors car. I plan to put a cargo hold on the bottom tube for a cooler. That will do it. A kiddie step if you must!

    The chain system is working...
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    Two chains reroute

    I needed a jack shaft of a sort to reroute the chain line. I took an old French road

    bike and hacked off the crank. I unbolted the outer ring keeping the smaller of the

    two. I found another...
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    Re: Two Winter Projects Started

    This is my personal
    http://i611.photobucket.com/albums/tt198/Graylock_photos/9-20-09-Vista_NL-03.jpg

    Pete
  18. Thread: Trailer

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    Re: Trailer

    Have you seen this?
    http://bikecart.pedalpeople.com/flatsy-seq.pdf

    This site that this came frome has a few trailers

    Pete
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    Re: Two Winter Projects Started

    Sinner your looking good here. Nice builds you have there. Out of all the bikes I've built, the TourMaster gets most of the use. I hardly ride the Meridian anymore even though it's faster. I built...
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    Re: Side Winder Mod

    Wobbly John you are the man. I tried your style build and it worked quite well. It was an easy build. The swing bike I made for my other daughter, Amy, had not worked out so I took parts from it and...
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    Re: What A Shame...

    I thought is was getting out of hand. I had read each and every one of them, some I didn't like and some I did. I can see how this can make it easier for the Krew. Still I hope we can poke fun at one...
  22. Re: Is there something wrong with me or are there others?

    I won't touch the 240 but I'm game for 120, never turn the circut off, what fun is that.:sleep1:

    Then it's common knowledge that Pete's welder is bare to the weather:taz:

    Pete
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    Re: Side Winder Mod

    :rolleyes4: :wacky: :laugh3: :thinking: :rolleyes4:
    :thinking2:
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    Re: Side Winder Mod

    Wobbly John your Mini Wobbly explains it well. I'll have to try that style. They are a blast to ride. Reading more about them on your website mentioned that you tweak them to handle the way you like...
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    Side Winder Mod

    I've been messing with the swing bikes lately. I have never been too keen on welding the frame pivot, all greased and forever hold your peace, bearings never to be seen again. Seems silly but I had a...
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