Practical realities of Custom Bike Building Written by Lala C. Ballatan
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• Don’t be discouraged easily by "real life" assembly roadblocks you'll encounter. Even professionals have to deal with these things at one point of their bike building careers. • There’s a correct procedure for each phase of your project – like "mocking up" your rolling chassis and properly fitting and prepping all of your sheet metal parts. This phase may cost you thousands of dollars if done incorrectly. • Research some tricks for installing front fork components that prevents damage to your show chrome finishes! • There’s a correct way to prepare all parts that are being sent out for paint. • Installing brake systems are important and it would help if you have an idea on what do and what not to do. There’s also a proper way to install all of your brake and oil lines. • Know about setting up proper engine and transmission alignment. And, how to be careful not to drive it too hard when installing and setting up a rear swing arm and shocks! • Installing a correct wiring system is a significant thing that should not be overlooked. • You must be aware that there is a correct series of tests that must be performed before running your new bike down road. -30-
Lala C. Ballatan is a 26 year-old Communication Arts graduate. Book reading has always been her greatest passion -- mysteries, horrors, psycho-thrillers, historical documentaries and classics.
Her writing prowess began as early as she was 10 years old in girlish diaries. With writing, she felt freedom – to express her viewpoints and assert it, to bring out all concerns -- imagined and observed, to bear witness.
Buy motor home parts, accessories, supplies onlineWritten by Rolf Rasmusson
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