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    New School Classic Project

    Starting with this




    First thing's first, needs new chain and sprockets

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    Playing around with an idea for a seat pan

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    I'm currently working on a VN800B as well.
    Plenty of inspiration here, http://www.chopcult.com/forum/showthread.php?t=5388
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    Nice. Change is good.
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    some cool stuff in Rudras link.Looking forward to what you do...
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    Patterned out seat pan

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    Im having trouble deciding what size the bike is.

    I assume its a 800?
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    Cutting out seat pan



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    Here's mine so far. Yes, it's an 800.
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    Seat pan after a round on linisher

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Lone Rider View Post
    Seat pan after a round on linisher
    You even labelled it in case you forgot how to use it.
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    Is that the bottom of the seat pan, or the side your bottom goes on?
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    Looks like it'll suit - might use different cloth though

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    Well, that answers my question.
    I'm looking forward to seeing how you mount it.
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    http://www.trademe.co.nz/motors/moto...-805792111.htm

    I like your seat so much im thinking of buying this one in case I build a bobber one day.
    I wouldn't mind a bobber project bike.
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