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the best place to put your bike is on a hardwood floor?

jesus, what kind of neighborhood do you live in?

LOL just kidding.
 

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snortonnorton said:
the best place to put your bike is on a hardwood floor?

jesus, what kind of neighborhood do you live in?

LOL just kidding.
I have a friend that built one in his bedroom - he lived in a 3rd floor apartment in Boston... it was fun getting that fucker down
 

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Ha!
Truth, how'd he do it?
That house in JP is a done deal......now we gotta get one of the kid's bike out of his old apartment.
In his words, "I've been doing alot of rigging at work" when we asked why he put it up there!

The DVD's great by the way...."There's emo kids EVERYWHERE" is my new favorite quote!
 

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it came down very carefully... triumphs dont weigh that much, though....

wait, who said that?

Richie said:
Ha!
Truth, how'd he do it?
That house in JP is a done deal......now we gotta get one of the kid's bike out of his old apartment.
In his words, "I've been doing alot of rigging at work" when we asked why he put it up there!

The DVD's great by the way...."There's emo kids EVERYWHERE" is my new favorite quote!
 

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Ryno said:
Thats what i was thinkin...
Looks interesting, but leaning that first right at 60 is gonna be a doozy...
it actually leans pretty good and if it brakes we just do it a new more exciting way I am gonna cut a spot and weld in a flat plate that will give me 10 more degrees it wont restrict it any more its already notched for the motor
 
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