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    gnaRFX rebuild

    Money is tight this year so no new bike for me, especially since i have so much fun on this one.
    I added some sweet new upgrades and a new coat of powder to give it that "new bike" smell again. I Pushed the 36, added some stylie straitline bits and a sunline bar, and a new set of excavators. 36.5pounds of rock-n-rollin good times...

    How ya like them apples?



    The color theme is based on a recent piece of art i made...
    Last edited by erosive; 12-12-2009 at 02:11 PM.

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    Definitely no need for anything new... looks sick and very capable. You should be quite stoked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LncNuvue
    Definitely no need for anything new... looks sick and very capable. You should be quite stoked.
    And the refurb'd RFX doesn't look half bad either...

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    Sweet "art"! And the bike's not half bad either '


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    Thanks guys, i'm so itchy to get out and put her to use!

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    Couch shot of the year!

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    Quote Originally Posted by erosive
    Thanks guys, i'm so itchy to get out and put her to use!
    What about the bike?


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    Not tha bub, tha bike dood...tha bike! hehe
    That set was for a friend, I didn't get to try it out.
    I've got plenty of others on hand to keep things safe.

    Big thanks to Greg at Turner for the quick turnaround and friendly service!
    I can't get over how much better it looks now.
    Heres a before pic...

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    Bike schmike, that bong, dry pipe and stash bottle are ART! Nice work!

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    That green is awesome! Is that an Olympic powdercoat?

    Very very nice ...

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    Olympic through Turner.
    GrannySmith Green

    Last edited by erosive; 12-12-2009 at 10:08 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erosive
    Olympic through Turner.
    GrannySmith Green

    Skills

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    Quote Originally Posted by erosive
    Not tha bub, tha bike dood...tha bike! hehe
    That set was for a friend, I didn't get to try it out.
    I've got plenty of others on hand to keep things safe.

    Big thanks to Greg at Turner for the quick turnaround and friendly service!
    I can't get over how much better it looks now.
    Heres a before pic...
    Can you make me that "set" too?

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    sure could eyescream.
    that's what i do, pm me if you wanna talk biz.

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