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    Made some headway today after cleaning up some work surfaces.

    This frame came with the engine protection bar broken off. A perfect place to incorporate some Hell Fab.

    I also hooked up the Hollister Racing HD Fender amd filled some unwanted holes in the box. Giggity

    Had some Delrin laying aroumd that MTPockets hooked up awhile back from when I built my 60 amd daughters Liquimatic. Thanks Ray!!

    Going to mock some things back up tonight and post a few more pics..........







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    Same same, nothing to extravagantly new.......















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    Looking great dude, love the fab work! May I suggest running the fuel line through the rear box, only because the gap between the gas tank and filter/engine is the perfect spot to lock in your back foot for bunny hops (he may not be ready for that yet) but it was always my go to location to lock in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dfl18 View Post
    Looking great dude, love the fab work! May I suggest running the fuel line through the rear box, only because the gap between the gas tank and filter/engine is the perfect spot to lock in your back foot for bunny hops (he may not be ready for that yet) but it was always my go to location to lock in.
    Thank you sir!

    Funny you bring up the fuel lines. When my daughters Liquimatic went together, I wondered if that is what those holes are for. My thought, they were going to get covered in rubber and hopefully not torn by the tire.

    Anyhow, I do plan to use them, but also plan to modify them. 🤘
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    That delrin grind deck is dope. I've always wanted to try one, as I've found the wood deck is really only good for grinding on steel ledges or heavily painted curbs. I imagine that delrin might be a little too slippery for a round rail though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Depths of Hell View Post
    Thank you sir!

    Funny you bring up the fuel lines. When my daughters Liquimatic went together, I wondered if that is what those holes are for. My thought, they were going to get covered in rubber and hopefully not torn by the tire.

    Anyhow, I do plan to use them, but also plan to modify them. ��
    I wouldn't expect you not to modify them! Yep, those holes on hard tire peds (even my OG liquimatic) were for running the fuel lines through the rear frame box. They definitely help with a cleaner rear line of the ped, but for me the most important part was to be able to lock in that back foot for wheelies, bunny hops, etc. They surprisingly stay out of the way once routed through, perhaps an awesome Chain mod around the holes like your EPB!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaliusOptimus View Post
    That delrin grind deck is dope. I've always wanted to try one, as I've found the wood deck is really only good for grinding on steel ledges or heavily painted curbs. I imagine that delrin might be a little too slippery for a round rail though!
    The HDPE/Delrin can definitely be used on a rail or even steel ledge, just takes a little practice. I personally preferred the wood grind decks for the most part because a little extra speed allowed you to grind damn near anything and lock in really well. However, the HDPE/Delrin grind plates you could use on pretty much whatever you wanted. GSS made one for bigfoots and GSR's that made grinding on an air tire available!
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    The boy must be happy as hell right now! Looking awesome.

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    When's he gettin a 60?

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    Thats pretty badass! Super clean build Dave.. well done

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    Great job cleaning up that engine cover.

    That is a killer xped. Little man is one lucky dude!

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    Great job DOH.
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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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    He was definitely very excited when I rolled it in to the living room on Saturday.

    Nothing too special going on here, and many second hand parts here. The reality is, my son is tough on stuff like me. And I refuse to spend an arm and a leg on something that is going to get beat to shit anyway.

    And we can upgrade as time goes on, but I believe some Fly bar style handle bars are in our future.

    Thank you guys for the kind words.🤘🏽
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    is that an aluminum shroud? if so I've never seen that before. are they still available?

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