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    Wink What to do with two busted forks, and a dead fork blade...

    Use the one steerer for another project, and then turn the rest into a faux dog, obviously! I believe the body used to be a top tube, from a red raliegh. (The brazes aren't great, my mitres were garage art grade.) The tail is held on with JBKwik epoxy, which I don't think I'll ever buy again, I found it annoying to work with, and not bond that strongly.

    The local community bicycle shop generates soooo much scrap metal.


    Fork dog thing w/ a head! by bobbotron1, on Flickr

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    Somethings missing.................
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    "Roll your own..........." http://smokebikes.com/

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    Nope. A responsible master.

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    Holy closeup!

    Haha, perhaps it is a lady dog? (That, and cleaning the paint off of it's undercarriage would have been a paaaain.)

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    lolz.......

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