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After work, hobbies & life after the logs are loaded!

Discussion in 'Forestry Operations' started by Hallback, Jan 30, 2018.

  1. Skeans1

    Skeans1 Active Member

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    2F4AC755-F4AA-4208-AF6C-CD80817D39E0.jpeg Here’s my last build started as a 88 250r to a 431 puma R
     
  2. Hallback

    Hallback Senior Member

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    Growing up next door to Jim VanCleve in Morton I have a deep fondness for the rowdy & rare Ford's. Such amazing cars, such thought and ingenuity went into them.
    Thanks for sharing!
     
  3. Hallback

    Hallback Senior Member

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    Aunt June got some new (From my parts pile anyway) 20180711_175058.jpg shoes last night.
     
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  4. Hallback

    Hallback Senior Member

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    And she got some new front suspension also.
    20180810_135949.jpg
     
  5. Born2clearcut

    Born2clearcut Senior Member

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    This is my latest 2wheel ride. Bought it early June it's a Giant Trance2 11speed Dual suspension with 6inches of travel ,dropper seat post, hydraulic disc brakes. Awesome trail bike. Had a crash at end of June on it ended up with 2 broken ribs and bruised lung. But back in the saddle again IMG_20180924_075334.jpg
     
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  6. Hank R

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    Sorry about your Crash, Great bike my step son has a 2016 Trance2 I ride a Brodie Knack
     
  7. Hank R

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    I was WRONG he has a Trance 3 2017 missed the edit time ..
     
  8. Hallback

    Hallback Senior Member

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    Nice ride!
    Makes my Specialized look like a Sanford & sons special!
     
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  10. Hallback

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    I have a Skyway ta sitting out in my shop that needs full restoration still.
     
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  12. Hallback

    Hallback Senior Member

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    It was my cousin's and he left it outside in the shed to go to hell and I drug it back in the shop about 5 years ago to rescue it from the rust. My last BMX bike I had in 9th and 10th grade was a PK Ripper with Bullseye 3 piece cranks, a DK neck, CW handlebars and Z rims Z 48 with Bullseye hubs.
     
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    I would love to find some 5 spoke skyway " Tuff Wheels " for the Schwinn Predator .
     
  14. Hallback

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    I had a couple sets of those, the tuff 2's also.
     
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  15. Born2clearcut

    Born2clearcut Senior Member

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    My brother was a sponsored Redline rider up here in BC back in the early 80s. He was ranked 3rd in BC and 6th in Canada . They would give him new frames to test out at times . We would build huge jumps and see if we could kill those frames. Most made it , some didn't.
    P.S. Our huge jumps back then would be classed as small ones to todays standards.
     
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