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Old 11-20-16, 10:29 AM   #51
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Cool build, strange about the seat post on the first frame, did you grease it good. I find stuck post on most of the cruiser frames I find around here ( Bay on one side ocean on the other ), after getting the post out I use a small drum sanding bit on the end of a Drill bit extension I have and clean up the frame before I put the replacement post in, seems to keep it from happening again. I built my first Klunker a year ago, but I have wanted to build one for years. Mine started after I was cleaning out a part of my shed and came across a vintage pair of Answer cro-mo Motocross bars from my youth, it all just steamrolled from there lol.


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