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    Westcoast quick look........

    How long/high is the kicker you made a while back? I did a search but couldn't find the thread.
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    32" high, 32" wide, 5' 6" long with an 8' radius.....


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    ummmmm....

    Quote Originally Posted by .WestCoastHucker.
    32" high, 32" wide, 5' 6" long with an 8' radius.....

    That's pretty damn large. I was talkin about the portable one. I shoulda clarified that.
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    uhoh...

    Beau,
    What plans you got goin down there in Kato??? I might be game to come down in about three weeks if your not busy, to do some ridin and such...
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    I wanna get HIGH

    Quote Originally Posted by Buck
    Beau,
    What plans you got goin down there in Kato??? I might be game to come down in about three weeks if your not busy, to do some ridin and such...
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    Yeah, reeeeeal fu(kin' high. What length are your's?
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    mine are both 5'6" long also, but I think the are only 26 and like 31 inches high, I just set bricks and **** under them to make them shoot me different, but I'm thinkin about buildin a portabl kicker that is alot BIGGER than that!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beau
    That's pretty damn large. I was talkin about the portable one. I shoulda clarified that.
    that was the portable one, the other one was 32" wide, 5' tall, and 9' long with a 10' radius....


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    Quote Originally Posted by .WestCoastHucker.
    that was the portable one, the other one was 32" wide, 5' tall, and 9' long with a 10' radius....
    OOO, rock on dude, Do you think you could post some action pics of it up???
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    here is one....
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    and the little one....
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    Hey Beau,
    When you come down to visit us next time, you can have my kicker....
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    me and a fellow rider are going to start working on a backpack kicker...its gonna have straps to carry it on you back, and will fold out to for a 1.5ft kicker, which is small, but has lots of uses here in NYC. plus, its very protable...

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    word......

    Quote Originally Posted by .WestCoastHucker.
    and the little one....
    Mines about that tall. I was hitting a section about the same, minus the wall and busting some no handas. It was dark, but I'll shoot some pics soon. I think I need to make mine steeper though. Still, it makes any little incline a big ass drop!
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    Hey Beau...
    I just got an idea...you remember that school you took me to back in may with that fence across the parking up on that bank, drag that ramp you made down there and make a wallride using the fence, they are fun as hell and look sic! Boost of the ramp ride the fence and use the bank for a landing...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buck
    Hey Beau...
    I just got an idea...you remember that school you took me to back in may with that fence across the parking up on that bank, drag that ramp you made down there and make a wallride using the fence, they are fun as hell and look sic! Boost of the ramp ride the fence and use the bank for a landing...
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    I'll have to try that, I need to work on them anyway.
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    WCH let me borrow the little one


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    Is your tacoma a TRD model sans that stickers? what year? i have a 98 trd
    I wish my grass was emo so it would cut itself...

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    yup, removed the stickers and the silver letters also. it's an '01...


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    Quote Originally Posted by .WestCoastHucker.
    yup, removed the stickers and the silver letters also. it's an '01...
    Your a son of a bich...you know why...... .. .. .... .yea thats why!

    Im just kidding....your moms not the reason I have a problem with you.












    j/k nice truck....my bro has one....Im thinking of a red one for myself....once I get off my lazy a$$
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zedro
    what he meant was 'greaser' types, most likely performing choreographed musical outakes which somehow degrade dirt jumps...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gramatica
    j/k nice truck....my bro has one....Im thinking of a red one for myself....once I get off my lazy a$$
    stupid enter key, ignore this post...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gramatica
    j/k nice truck....my bro has one....Im thinking of a red one for myself....once I get off my lazy a$$
    and she makes a good shuttleb!tch....


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    Quote Originally Posted by .WestCoastHucker.
    and she makes a good shuttleb!tch....
    Hellyea....you can get ...humm.....10 bikes back there if you tryed....pop it into 4-hi, just rip the mountian to shreds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zedro
    what he meant was 'greaser' types, most likely performing choreographed musical outakes which somehow degrade dirt jumps...

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    Quote Originally Posted by .WestCoastHucker.
    and she makes a good shuttleb!tch....
    Now this is a shuttle beatch. Cost around a grand to build even with the alumnium diamond plate bed. We had 16 bikes in it a few weekends ago, although the bikes on the rack do take a beating once you get off the pavement.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IJR
    Now this is a shuttle beatch. Cost around a grand to build even with the alumnium diamond plate bed. We had 16 bikes in it a few weekends ago, although the bikes on the rack do take a beating once you get off the pavement.
    hell, i can get almost that many in my truck without modding the hell out of it....
    flip them upside-down and alternate directions starting with the first one flush against the cab and you'd be suprised how easily 10 bikes fit with room for all the helmets and gear........

    but i do wish i had more of a beater.....
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    Those are nice kickers, and a cool modded rack but i wouldnt too beat the crap out of my bike just gettin up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CanadianHooligan
    ....... cool modded rack but i wouldnt too beat the crap out of my bike just gettin up.
    bahhhh.... the paint is just extra weight anyway.....


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    Quote Originally Posted by CanadianHooligan
    wouldnt too beat the crap out of my bike just gettin up.
    First, that really didn't make any since.

    Second, a mountain bike is not a piece of art that you hang on the wall (mine anyway). So why worry about the damn paint. I love it when you get the guys that have their pretty little $10,000 bikes and get pissed at you when you just slam your's right into it on the shuttle. They get all mad! A scratch in the stanction, bad, a bent rotor, kind-a bad. I scratch in the paint, HELL YEAH. Now it looks like it's been ridden. Not like it has been attending Interbike displays.

    NEW RULE- BIKES ARE NOT ARTWORK, IF YOUR'S DOESN'T HAVE A SCRATCH, WATCH OUT FOR ME THEN!

    (sorry about the paint rant, but I have have to deal with people all the time at the shop that complain about scratches in the paint and try to get money off. I think they just by them to show their friends that they have one.......ahhhhh...I need to stop.)

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