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Hey, ever wanted the power to see peoples heads turn?, get that hot girl of your dreams (the validity of this statement is unknown :P ), or just wan...
If you have a Murray mountain bike, this works best, but any old mountain bike will do. This is exactly what the bike i used looked like.
Sounds easy enough, but you will have to take off all the equipment from the frame TAKE PICTURES OF WHERE EVERYTHING WENT, THEY WILL SAVE YOUR LIFE L...
It is wise to make a sketch of your work, and since I did all the trigonometry for you, you can skip this step.
Your forks should be cut where it is flat, so cut somewhere in the middle of your forks I chose 7.5 inches down, but the height may vary on your bike...
This is what your forks should look like cut.
Now this is the part where I made the wrong decision. It wasn't necessarily wrong, but there are better methods to use: I bought online 2- 36in tubes ...
After welding your forks together, if you want to have a front brake, weld a piece of metal between the two tubes where you can mount a front brake. I...
This is what your forks should look like once you are done. If you got this far, then great, your only half way done :) .
This is where my life went to hell. I spent 2 months trying to figure out how the atomic zombie people did their mountain lion chopper bicycle, and of...
The first step is to cut your frame. Preferably cut your frame 2 inches away from the top tube and 4 or 3 inches away from your bottom tube.
This is what your cuts should look like
Now cut the top tube completely off. Save the tube for later.
Here is where I differ from the Mountain Lion Chopper bicycle. Instead of welding a tube to the already cut bottom tube; were going to get a larger di...
Remember your goose-neck? now we're going to do some modifications to it. Cut off the top tube part from your goose-neck. Be careful not to bite into...
Now that your frame and goose-neck is ready. attach both together. You should grind off the new bottom tube of your frame into a U shape so that it w...
Your frame should now look like this.
Now that the bottom tube and goose-neck is complete, weld the top tube. The top tube i bought was 30 inches, grinded down it was around 28 inches. M...
To spray paint. Get some high powered PAINT SRIPPER from any hardware store. Apply the stripper to your bike, wait some time, and rub the paint off ...
Your chopper bike is complete. All you have to do now is to go to a bike shop and have them re size your chain onto whatever sprocket place you want,...
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Posted:May 23, 2011
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