"Animal's" Legacy of Brutality, TT500 chop

bvander

Gold Coast, Queensland
Re: "Animal's" Legacy of Brutality, TT500 chop

That is one sturdy looking chook pen.
 

JustinLonghorn

No Purple Hearts, No Blue Ribbons
Got the sissy bar, fender, and seat pan mounted. Still need to rivet the leather cover down to the pan. Next I’ll tear apart the donor bike behind it.

 

JustinLonghorn

No Purple Hearts, No Blue Ribbons
The rust hasn’t gotten any worse for a long time. I am still debating restripping/painting that area.

Found some bars for this thing. I plan on cutting off 1-2 inches from the end of the bars On either side.



 

Maritime

Active Member
If the rust is not progressing, leave it. also, the bars are rad and I agree just narrow them a little to be perfect.
 

irk miller

You've been mostly-dead all day.
DTT BOTM WINNER
Dirt bike tanks are great for making frequent visits to the gas station or running out of gas a mile from your friend's house.
 

Maritime

Active Member
JustinLonghorn said:
Maybe I'll strap a 1 litre fuel bottle to the frame. Ha
I got 2 of those I need to fix to the GL. I do not ever want the repeat of last ride to Barber LOL.
 

irk miller

You've been mostly-dead all day.
DTT BOTM WINNER
I've run out of gas twice. Granted, my 2 gallons is feeding a CB750 motor and a thirsty carb kit.
 

Maritime

Active Member
irk miller said:
I've run out of gas twice. Granted, my 2 gallons is feeding a CB750 motor and a thirsty carb kit.
Ha yep, you need to add hidden capacity someplace. Not sure where but would be nice not to run out LOL
 

john83

Active Member
Re: "Animal's" Legacy of Brutality, TT500 chop

Lol. I gave E a couple of high pressure nitrogen bottles from an airplane that would be almost perfect for that right there.


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