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    my new Webslinger inserts, Danny Gray seat, and LED's. Also should have the pegs and fork extensions by summer. And forgot to put by axle covers back on. I'm just too anxious...hahaha

    Sorry, I just couldn't wait to take some pictures of it. Not even sunny out, but you get the just. Yes, those are hand painted pin stripes. The black actually has green metal flake in it, but you can't tell from the photos.


    So what do you think? I guess it doesn't matter, because I think it kicks ass!
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    Very nice.

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    Thanks Craig! It turned out better than I thought. The pictures really don't do it justice.
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    Well I think it kicks ass too!

    How about some more details? What kind of paint, undercoat, how you got the stipes so perfect etc. I'd sure like to know the nitty gritty details. Is it House of Kolor?

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    Wow! THAT is sharp!

    I'd be pretty excited to get that beast out on the road too. Well done!

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    Nice
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    very nice i love that metalic lime green , it deffinatly sets you apart from the rest

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    Webslinger pulls through again! Thanks again for the compliments guys.
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    Wow!!! That looks freakin awesome!!!

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    Holy crap! I like that a lot.
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    I think the bar has been set for the Raider show in Johnson City!
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    took the ideas right out of my knowledge bump!! that is fantastic i love the accent silver on top of the bugseye green, i've wanted a Peterbilt truck w/same base color and the old 74' model paint scheme ever since they came out. I vote for making this bike a monthly cover bike, BRO that color should draw the most affectionate mother insects for miles around,electric green beautiful!!

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    Thanks guys. The sunshine really does something to it too!
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    Love those graphics! Great Job!!

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    Ron505, I was curious as to what colors you used. Also what base, silver or some kind of chrome paint.

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    I love the look Your bike does kick ass
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