Last saturday both Limp and Wicky with some help from Beer started to do some serious work on their choppers. We did not know it yet but it was going to turn into one of the best wrenching days ever. Here Limp is doing some final grinding on his frame before we start putting it together again.
For Limp's bike we used a totally different method for rebuilding the frame. It worked great!
While Limp and Beer were concentrating on doing Limps' frame. Wicky started narrowing and reshaping his way too big custom gastank. Everybody was grinding and the whole workshop looked as if somebody threw a smokebomb in it.
We determined the neckrake and the height of the frame and tagwelded everything in place. No stressbar needed for Limp this time. And also have a look at the Jesse James gastank. We narrowed it, made it about 2 inch shorter and put that gascap on. The tank will get a lot more custom touches, we will keep you posted.
Fuckin'A!!!! Limp and Wicky's bikes are looking bad to the bone. We are thrilled they turned out that good. Lots more work to do but you get the general idea of how cool they are gonna look! Are we introducing a new Rogues-style here?
Wicky testmounting his shortened and narrowed gastank, and yes he wants a 'way-up' Outsiders style gascap
Both bikes starting to look good
Half past four and our brother Eddy shouted, 'BEER time, come on, I know its a bit early but you guys deserved it'. We were so stoked about what we achieved that day that we prefered sittinng around the bikes drinking beer instead of going into the club's barroom.
Drunks playing with a marker, Limp's gastank
With us gulping down one beer after another, (that's what you do when you are really satisfied of what you've done that day) we started messing around with a marker. Wicky's gastank, hope he still wants to paint it like this when he is sober, haha