Precisely Dr Quest!!!Brodie said:A friend of mine from work described a rat rot to me as "a vehicle that is more focused on running right and proper rather than looking good."
So something that has all the go fast bits, runs like a top and doesn't matter how the parts look so long as the function.
New wheel, clean frame and rack matter not. Ignore the aesthetics and work on the mechanical. See where it comes to in the end.
Probably won’t happen at this point. As the new rim may not be here til next Monday. And my clutch tools/parts haven’t shipped from David silver spares yet. Ordered last week.SquidHunter said:Hope you get it ready for barbers. It’s a cool moment when you see a build in real life, that you’ve been following online.
Yep its official, I suck at building rat rods...pidjones said:I have to agree on the Rat Rod definition. I'm thinking about a CB740F near me that looks like the tank has been on fire. Plastics look like crap on it, but might make a great running bike.
Oh if I just had any balls at all I would rust the items to see my vision through.SquidHunter said:I mean..... those are important bits tho . Just because it’s “ratty” doesn’t mean it should also ride like crap. Seems like a good investment to me.