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    Default Honda CBR 600 F4

    Yesterday was preparing a motorcycle to practice on it Stuntriding.
    Guys asked me to make strengthening of a seat rail ,also make a footboard with an insert of the titan, thus, they can make such tricks(crazy people)Click image for larger version. 

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    here that turned out.(welding with рр256 gave pleasure)

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    Have a good friend that did that stuff. But he is older now and has kids.. Did it on big quads and 954 Hondas.

    Man, I still love that welding cart.

    In the third picture, looks like a pretty nice bike to be doing that stuff on.
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    The guy on that v-rod is a brave soul! I would not want that heavy joker falling on me!

    I like that welding cart, it looks like something bought and not home made.
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    Quote Originally Posted by everlastsupport View Post
    ...Man, I still love that welding cart.
    Quote Originally Posted by SeanMurphy265 View Post
    I like that welding cart, it looks like something bought and not home made.
    for my рр256 all bestBut seriously, the welding basket actually turned out very convenient in operation, and good addition to
    рр256 and рc300
    to me come many acquaintances and clients, and all ask from where me such big money that I dared to buy such set of the equipment (all estimate all of sets of 4-5 thousand dollars) and when I call the real price and I speak that built a cart itself, nobody believes me (and in vain)
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