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    Bloatvagen

    Something I melted together. Bloatvagen-imag1085.jpg

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    Looks like a dragster??? Cooooool!!
    Riding.....

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    Grocery-getter/North Dakota commuter. Working on rack system now.

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    I bet it's an awesome climber with the loonngg wheelbase.


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    Two thumbs way up!
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    Crazy hill climber....in one of the flatest states!!

    Looks great man.

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    Climbing is hardly the purpose. http://forums.mtbr.com/attachment.ph...1&d=1350346427
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    I want one of those stickers

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonshonda View Post
    Crazy hill climber....in one of the flatest states!!

    Looks great man.
    Long chainstays like that mean less weight on the rear wheel so not good for climbing traction. Sorry if I missed a tongue in cheek emoticon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sryanak View Post
    Long chainstays like that mean less weight on the rear wheel so not good for climbing traction. Sorry if I missed a tongue in cheek emoticon.

    Plenty of weight on either end.
    Bloatvagen-imag1079.jpg

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    Coolest thing we've seen here for a long time. If the long wheelbase gives you a pick-up like light rear end, you can get a couple of those sand tubes to through in your racks.

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    So i have this frame, just laying around, ya thank you and santa could work something out for me here.

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    There looks to be a demand for more "melting"...
    As little bike as possible, as silent as possible.
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