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    a little more progress on the build. made an arrangement with Dave for the axles, they look great. mounted the engine but the dam TGN tensioner was giving me problems with the slick wheels. wheels are too tall so i moved the engine as far to the right as possible and im going to add some spacers to the sprockets for the chain to align and clear the tire. but over all its looking good.







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    sickkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk!! Which tires are those they look pretty good and hard compound?

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    I dont remember which version but one of the sets of TS hubs fixes that issue for the TS60 on a 40 frame.

    You can also get an ADA case saver for a 460 and slot out the holes to line up under the engine for a solid and stout spacer. Lastly, one of the TGN tensioners I used once upon a time had the left side of the chain gaurd side machined off in order to clear the slicks.

    Good luck with the alignment. That can definitely be a frustrating part of the build at times but either way this thing is coming along very nicely!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by f1gopedder View Post
    sickkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk!! Which tires are those they look pretty good and hard compound?
    Thabks bro! They Vee Rubber tires and yup hard compound.

    Quote Originally Posted by depog revilo View Post
    I dont remember which version but one of the sets of TS hubs fixes that issue for the TS60 on a 40 frame.

    You can also get an ADA case saver for a 460 and slot out the holes to line up under the engine for a solid and stout spacer. Lastly, one of the TGN tensioners I used once upon a time had the left side of the chain gaurd side machined off in order to clear the slicks.

    Good luck with the alignment. That can definitely be a frustrating part of the build at times but either way this thing is coming along very nicely!!
    Thank you! also great ideas too but I think the spacers will probably the easiest and cheapest route for now lol but yeah the alignment on this ped was giving me some headaches. With all these aftermarket parts it becomes a hassle to make everything work well with each other.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paizatron View Post
    Thabks bro! They Vee Rubber tires and yup hard compound.



    Thank you! also great ideas too but I think the spacers will probably the easiest and cheapest route for now lol but yeah the alignment on this ped was giving me some headaches. With all these aftermarket parts it becomes a hassle to make everything work well with each other.
    dope, hey man thats all part of the fun! haha

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    Wish I could see the build?! Too much damn glare coming off everything.

    Lookin great, keep up the excellent work homeboy.

    I believe it was Mr. Tea that used a sprocket to make a spacer in that department. Now that would be cheap am easy using destroyed sprockets. And using alloy, would allow you to polish the exposed edge.
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    Hell Fab

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    This ped is proper
    "Get yur pull "

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    Looking great...Your gonna be a slave to all that chrome...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTPwrench View Post
    Looking great...Your gonna be a slave to all that chrome...
    lol probably

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    got some time to add a little more stuff it should be finished soon. added some flybar extensions, hope brakes, ET 2in1 throttle lever, switched out the decks to a superfly one.

    quick pics before it started rainning. The SuperChrome 60 should be done very soon! im excited!





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    Wow love the deck change, suits the ped better really nice job building this ped.
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    There's a list? Wow that means Arick dodge was first and NIZ was second. Good to know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by niz View Post
    Wow love the deck change, suits the ped better really nice job building this ped.
    thanks Neil! I was going to polish the other side of the deck but i thought it was too much. it needs some contrast to keep the chrome popping out real nice

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    looks great, the black superfly deck is definitely a winner for this build.
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    Definitely have to agree with everyone else here, great choice with the deck.

    I got your bolt today sir.
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    Thanks guys!

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    Definitely have to agree with everyone else here, great choice with the deck.

    I got your bolt today sir.
    Sounds great thanks!

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