To noob or not to noob

Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself' started by Rob H, May 6, 2016.

  1. Rob H

    Rob H Member

    Not new to HD's but new to smart phones yeah I know gonna be 45 in a couple weeks
     

  2. FurryOnTheInside

    FurryOnTheInside Active Member

    What are HD's? o_O
    Congrats! I'm 37, going to be 45 too by the time I get my bike built, the way things are going! :rolleyes:
    What kind of bike? You have gears, yes? :)
     
  3. Rob H

    Rob H Member

    HD's are huffy davidsons you know bike motor combo like a wanna be Harley Davidson yes put the shift kit on now working on a dual range sprocket stack and if you watch I'm putting one of my FMF pipes from my banshee on today
     
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  4. Rob H

    Rob H Member

    Just let me know if I can assist you
     
  5. FurryOnTheInside

    FurryOnTheInside Active Member

    Assist me with inspirational photos of your dual range beast!! :D
    I am hoping I can make a dual range too, maybe triple.. Mostly in case the engine fails.. Pretty hard to pedal home with a 56t chainring. :confused:
     
  6. Rob H

    Rob H Member

  7. FurryOnTheInside

    FurryOnTheInside Active Member

    Wow stealthy build. I like! And that engine is really crammed in there! I wonder how much cursing was involved. ;)
    I am excessively inspired now! :D
     
  8. Rob H

    Rob H Member

    Not sure if I did it right but I did post 2 crappy pics
     
  9. FurryOnTheInside

    FurryOnTheInside Active Member

    Simultaneous posts! :D I got em. Kinda blurry lol but nice black disc braked bike. :cool: What ratios? Made for off road riding?
     
  10. Rob H

    Rob H Member

    I'm constantly playing with the gearing even on the primary's or jack shaft if u will I have the 9,11and21 tooth I'm messing with
     
  11. Learner4life

    Learner4life New Member


    AHHAHA its like reading my own thoughts when reading ur posts in here, HILARIOUS! Good morning!! For the record U cant out noob me, and you will finish your bike Januaryno firstNo, 19-never-dy-seven.
    Im scheduled for same day......
     
  12. Rob H

    Rob H Member

    There were many 4 letter words involved just like everything else on these bikes u think it's gonna take an hour or so and it takes all day
     
  13. FurryOnTheInside

    FurryOnTheInside Active Member

    Nice! I saw the pipe too on the other thread. Have a great weekend test riding your machine. :)
    Don't burn your leg! ;)
     
  14. Learner4life

    Learner4life New Member

    Its hard to know exactly when to kill ur baby, and stop trying to pound sand up a dogs behind as my granpa said. I used to live in perpetual "almost done.... .. 9 hours later..... just a lil more, so close" etc My new policy for myself is "if its not easy and takes more than a few moments, then im doing it wrong, prob using wrong tools as well etc. That is truly one of the hardest growing experiences if one is doing all of this by them self. THe best decision I ever made, was to organize my tools and materials in such a way, that I only have sockets etc that I need, nothing extra. ALl of my drawers, emptied, reorganized, subdivided. There was nothign worse then realizing im digging through the same drawer again for the 10th time that day. ALso, I decided to make my own policy of starting nothing new until current task done AND I put back everything so im ready for the next task. I put up a huge whiteboard also, I jot down everything on it, and constantly reduce/refine the "list" that just keeps growing... The hardest change I made was NOT sending pics, or showing friends etc. how cool the bike is already. (that just strokes our egos, not sure if 2 or 4 strokes it) By jumping the gun and posting, I caused problems for myself, I wouild rush to finish since i already gave that impression, so many nab things! Im so glad I found this hobby.... through all of this Ive become more productive in all areas of my life, the benefits are many!
     
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