pretty sweet piece of machinery!

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  1. brungeman

    brungeman I give a shirt

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    #1 -   Jan 9, 2008

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  2. 4xBoy

    4xBoy Turbo Monkey

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    Wow!!
     
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  3. CBJ

    CBJ Turbo Monkey

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    Nerd?

     
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  4. DirtyMike

    DirtyMike Turbo Fluffer

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    Nice, kinda cool how he is using the sproket as a brake rotor. I like it
     
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  5. SilentJ

    SilentJ trail builder

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    We did that for the rear brake on the Mini-Baja car we built. It works, but not great as the pads end up getting lubed up right proper. Looks like he's got about a 16" "rotor", though so I'm sure it serves its purpose.
     
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  6. brungeman

    brungeman I give a shirt

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    maybe, but a nerd that builds pretty cool things, skateboards and rides a MTB!
     
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  7. Westy

    Westy the teste

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    The 29er nuts are going to moisten themselves over those wheels.
     
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  8. vtjim

    vtjim Beware of Milo & Otis

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    Damn hippies.
     
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