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Couldn't resist no more, the voices in my head got too loud! "Do it, do it, Do It, DO IT!!"








A bit off-center.


The uncentered wheel does not bother that much, not at moderate speed atleast.

The bike is now back to normal set-up again. =)
 

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That's awesome. Looks like a dragster.

Now switch the skinny to the back and take some more pictures, I dare ya! It'll look like an exaggerated version of the fatty in front Jones setup.
 

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Bob: I think I'll skip that dare! :)

SPDevo: Wish I had the skills to pull a wheelie, I should have practiced more when I was younger, but I'm slowly getting there. ;)

Atleast I now can go to sleep and not staying up wondering how it would ride..
 

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how can anything so wrong be so right, lovely, ummm reduced mass in the front suspension will allow for a quicker transition or rearaward weight shift allowing for greater off the line traction vis a vis accelerationhe ticket. yeah thats the ticket
 

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Like always...

If you want something done right, you'd better do it yourself.

Didn't feel nearly as funny as I thought it might.
 

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