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post #111 of 185 (permalink) Old 03-29-2015, 12:15 PM Thread Starter
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Hopefully I'll be able to get most of the body back on today.
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Nice job, but I would wager you would be willing to set back and enjoy the finished project as being all done already.

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Not totaly done as you can see. Kinda running out of steam i guess. this winter weather is getting old. Should be done in a couple days except for the little things. Still gotta decide on a back bumper though.
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Jammer, It will NOT be much longer and you will be riding that PRETTY trike!! You will have all of Schyler county on notice!! You have done a FINE job!! {some one told me that an old Camaro-maverick rear bumper works well, may have to cut some out of the middle, or use the space for the tag] Charlie
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It won't be long Charlie!!
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Rear bumper--------check rear light wiring and trailer plug------------check
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Hey! Where did all that messy wire go?

And I really like the looks of that rear bumper

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Pretty much done.
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Is the rear bumper SS? Looking good!! Charlie
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? Charlie. Bumper is home made. I used the chrome pickup bed rails and cut them down. Now to machine out plugs for the ends.
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