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I want to build one of these
 
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I’m with Rob on the Harley engine in the dirt bike frame; the first time that lands from any kind of air, the steering head is going to go a different direction from the rest of the frame. It may give from just going over some roller bumps.
 
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A good friend and I took an old pedestal printer, like the ones we worked on in the 80s, out into a field and shot it up with ak47s along with shotguns loaded with 00 buckshot. Years of frustration from repairing those things melted away.
 
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@fly , adv riders don't need helmets! lolView attachment 284872
I'm not sure why he didn't put his helmet back on that day. I know he did after cruising the creek. It may have been hot out.
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Work with a bike? Never tried!
Yes, they do.
They do. They can be very heavy, so take it slow. Turn into it as you push (unlike in a truck that stays going straight down the road).
It can also help to hit then at a slight angle towards the inside.
 
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