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Old 03-17-2013, 01:03 PM   #41
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Sick build, RIP to the girder that thing was the coolest. Guess it wasn't meant to be at least you came out ok! Great work.
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Old 03-17-2013, 01:03 PM   #42
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Bike looks good, man. Im likin that little motor. Shame about that girder, looked real good on there.
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Old 03-17-2013, 01:30 PM   #43
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Glad to hear you're okay. I would have been shaking all the WALK home. For a motorcycle novice you sure ain't no mechanical novice. You got some skills!
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Old 03-17-2013, 05:28 PM   #44
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Too bad that girder got trashed, it looked pretty good.
hey I got a question..... Do most the Girls down there have big tits?
just curious, cuz I had a girlfriend many years ago who was Argentinian &
Herself AND Her sister, both had beautiful naturally large perfect tits. If she didn't
turn into a meth head I probably would have married Her. She was a real hottie too, & what a drinker, jesus she could drink.
Getting back to the bike... It looks like a descent bike to ride until you get more
experience riding, then maybe you can build something with more balls.
& don't forget to watch out for all the idiots on the road
that want to kill you, they are in every country.
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Old 03-17-2013, 06:19 PM   #45
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Bummer about the bike but a good story. Great way to start out your motorcycle career bumps and bruises are just apart of the life style which I'm sure you already knew. Good luck keeping it right side up from now on. You should be proud to build a bike like that and get back on it after smacking that wall especially being so new to the riding game.
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Old 03-17-2013, 07:38 PM   #46
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Refreshing!!!

Not the wreck of course. Glad you are ok. Lessons learned.

Build more bikes. I want to see more of your builds.
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Old 03-17-2013, 07:40 PM   #47
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Too bad that girder got trashed, it looked pretty good.
hey I got a question..... Do most the Girls down there have big tits?
just curious, cuz I had a girlfriend many years ago who was Argentinian &
Herself AND Her sister, both had beautiful naturally large perfect tits.
Wow, Lairdog, where's your manners?


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Old 03-18-2013, 12:02 AM   #48
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Too bad that girder got trashed, it looked pretty good.
hey I got a question..... Do most the Girls down there have big tits?
just curious, cuz I had a girlfriend many years ago who was Argentinian &
Herself AND Her sister, both had beautiful naturally large perfect tits. If she didn't
turn into a meth head I probably would have married Her. She was a real hottie too, & what a drinker, jesus she could drink.
Getting back to the bike... It looks like a descent bike to ride until you get more
experience riding, then maybe you can build something with more balls.
& don't forget to watch out for all the idiots on the road
that want to kill you, they are in every country.
Im from Buenos Aires and not all girls have big boobs....ur were just lucky!!
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Old 03-18-2013, 03:21 AM   #49
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Hey Caballero,
Sorry to hear about your crash...
BUT I do like your bikes new look and you gained some wisdom too.
In a few years it will be a good story to tell.
Keep the updates comming in... I have been wondering how your build was comming along. Guys like you is what the JJ is all about in my opinion.... chop what you got and learn along the way.
Its easy to build an expencive bike.

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Old 03-18-2013, 03:53 AM   #50
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that sucks! girder looks save-able? i had a gilera and i loved that single cylinder thumper.
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Old 03-25-2013, 08:40 PM   #51
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crashing sucks sorry bout yer luck
Yeah... it really suck... im happy im alive and still want to ride a motorcycle haha

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Glad your in one piece,could have been worse.
Yes Sir, Thank you !!

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hey man great build!!! im from Quilmes,...been living in miami for a while! i really dig the stance!!
Hola Amigo, Que bueno... ! Cuando vengas para aca avisa... buscame en FB

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Now THIS FITS the jockey journal......home built with a motorcycle powerplant......killer build you have going. very impressive!!!!
Thank you so much... im glad people here likes my first build ever!!

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Sorry to hear about your crash . Glad your ok . By the way that is a fine looking machine.
Thank you for your support!

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Sick build, RIP to the girder that thing was the coolest. Guess it wasn't meant to be at least you came out ok! Great work.
Yeah, i fixed that girder and it is straight now, but im putting it down for another build maybe with a lighter motorcycle, this is too heavy for that, that girder came out of a Puma, its a 98 CC two stroke motorcycle and its more like a bicycle... Thank you !!

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Bike looks good, man. Im likin that little motor. Shame about that girder, looked real good on there.
Thanks !! yeah i liked it too... but isnt safe... and i learned the hard way haha

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Glad to hear you're okay. I would have been shaking all the WALK home. For a motorcycle novice you sure ain't no mechanical novice. You got some skills!
Well yeah, i was shaking for about 1 hour after the crash... haha belive it or not i never built and engine before, neither a motorcycle, just worked on my Ford Falcon and my shoebox 51 but not big deal as building a motorcycle from the ground. thank you !

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Too bad that girder got trashed, it looked pretty good.
hey I got a question..... Do most the Girls down there have big tits?
just curious, cuz I had a girlfriend many years ago who was Argentinian &
Herself AND Her sister, both had beautiful naturally large perfect tits. If she didn't
turn into a meth head I probably would have married Her. She was a real hottie too, & what a drinker, jesus she could drink.
Getting back to the bike... It looks like a descent bike to ride until you get more
experience riding, then maybe you can building with more balls.
& don't forget to watch out for all the idiots on the road
that want to kill you, they are in every country.
hahahahahahahahahahahahahahhahahahahahahahahahahah a

Well we have more big ass girls here in argentina than big titted ones... i think you where lucky to find one like that !! Im gonna finish this one, ride the shit our of it and then start to build something else... i have another engine like this... thanks!!


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Bummer about the bike but a good story. Great way to start out your motorcycle career bumps and bruises are just apart of the life style which I'm sure you already knew. Good luck keeping it right side up from now on. You should be proud to build a bike like that and get back on it after smacking that wall especially being so new to the riding game.
I think when you want something no matter what happens you still want it, at least in this country nothing is easy if you want to do something -kustom- or out of the masses you have to rip you ass... working on it or working for money to buy it, i like to do my stuff so here i go !! Thank you for your words !!

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Refreshing!!!

Not the wreck of course. Glad you are ok. Lessons learned.

Build more bikes. I want to see more of your builds.
Thank you so much, i hope i can still build more motorcycles, this is my first so i NEED to do more stuff, its funny and nothing compares when you ride it the first time!

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Wow, Lairdog, where's your manners?


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Well, do they? :0
Argentina females are like 78% big ass 20% big boobs... and if you find the 2% with boobs and ass... she is ugly or a slut !! haha -or plastic boobs-

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Im from Buenos Aires and not all girls have big boobs....ur were just lucky!!
hellyeah !

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Hey Caballero,
Sorry to hear about your crash...
BUT I do like your bikes new look and you gained some wisdom too.
In a few years it will be a good story to tell.
Keep the updates comming in... I have been wondering how your build was comming along. Guys like you is what the JJ is all about in my opinion.... chop what you got and learn along the way.
Its easy to build an expencive bike.

Thank you for that kind words, it makes me happy to see that people are interested in what im doing, it gives me the push to go ahead!

THANK YOU!!!

Cheers
Lester

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that sucks! girder looks save-able? i had a gilera and i loved that single cylinder thumper.
Yeah i fixed it becouse a friend of mine needed to put my motorcycle in a stand of a party... so i fixed it, but put it aside from the build... heres a picture of how i fixed it




And here are two pictures i took the other day, rode it to my garage the last time i rode it there was the day of the crash... its a blast to ride and its dependable... made some new triangle handlebars *it rides fine, no shimmy or weir shit at any speed* and now have a rear fender that didnt work becouse it still shooting shit in my back, i dont care i put that real fender in case i slip from the seat and keep my balls out of the wheel !!



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Old 04-09-2013, 12:18 PM   #52
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Im almost finishing the bike... theres two or three things to be done and it whould be ready... im wondering about the paint scheme, but i dont know what to do, i dont want to paint it black... i whould like to hear some ideas!
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Old 04-09-2013, 12:46 PM   #53
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Really nice bike, looked great with the girder but I really understand your decision.. And yeah, testrides can be a pain in the ass!



Front fender snapped loose.. Still got scars on elbow, shoulder, knee and back!
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Old 04-12-2013, 04:38 PM   #54
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Really nice bike, looked great with the girder but I really understand your decision.. And yeah, testrides can be a pain in the ass!



Front fender snapped loose.. Still got scars on elbow, shoulder, knee and back!
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Fuck that sucks... hope you heal soon!!
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Old 04-12-2013, 04:42 PM   #55
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Hey there... theres a coupe of pictures, just finished the box under the seat to put the CDI and some spare parts... just finished the license plate support and the side stand... but i have no pictures of that now... hope you enjoy the pictures!!



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Old 04-12-2013, 07:24 PM   #56
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Im fine now, but I wear more clothes when I testdrive Neat pics!
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Old 04-13-2013, 08:20 AM   #57
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Path, dude that was awesome!! just saw this for the first time. Really nice job. I remember testing my welds out in a similar manner years ago. My welds held up nicely, as did yours. I suffered some. Good on you for jumping back into it. I like the tube forks on it, and those bars you put on.

Good luck with the journey.
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Old 04-14-2013, 11:24 PM   #58
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That is a great build bro. I was in Buenos Aires all of February and didn't get to see very many custom bikes on the roads. Props on the bounce back, bike is great! And I have to say.....yep them ladies have some nice asses there....
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Old 04-16-2013, 06:45 AM   #59
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This is the purest form of bike building. It makes me think there my be hope for mankind. We need more of this kind of thing here in the USA. If there are any young bloods out there in my area who want to build a ground up build like this I will let you use my shop and my old brain. I have access to about anything and 40 year parts stash. Understand I don't mean a catalog bike.
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Old 05-10-2013, 10:00 PM   #60
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Path, dude that was awesome!! just saw this for the first time. Really nice job. I remember testing my welds out in a similar manner years ago. My welds held up nicely, as did yours. I suffered some. Good on you for jumping back into it. I like the tube forks on it, and those bars you put on.

Good luck with the journey.
Thanks bro! Im driving the shit out of it now... i need to make a battery box, and chain tensioner... next step is to paint the bike ! it made me suffer but the joy of riding it is too dam HIGHHH! haha
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