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Bike make over!

Discussion in 'MX/SX General' started by Jdawg73628, Feb 26, 2011.

  1. I am ready to ride after a nasty spill @BC on 9-5-10, I am all healed up from broken collerbone, scaplua, and 3 ribs. I decided to give my 1995 Suzuki RM 125 a make over. The black plastic set is last years set up. I also had the stock wheels powder coated black, (Murdered out).
     

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  2. BriarcliffMx

    BriarcliffMx PR Founding Father

  3. c-money409

    c-money409 PR Addict

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    Auburn TWP.
    How much to powder coat the rims?
     
  4. I trued up the rims and tighted all the spokes, then had Street Werkz shoot the rim, spokes and hub together, instead of doing it unassembled. I paid $80.00 each wheel, it would had been alot more money to shoot each part, then assembled the wheels. So these being my stocks rims, I went the easy way out.
     
  5. These are much better pics.
     

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  6. That things sweet
     
  7. six6seven

    six6seven PR Member

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    Pleasantville, Oh
    Thats dope dude, hows the collarbone feeling? you ready for bcliff this spring? What'd Tim do to his or he in love with that privateer built up 4 stroke?
     
  8. MarctheSharc

    MarctheSharc PR Founding Father

    It looks good it white!
     
  9. Collarbone is good, and yes I have serious cabin fever and cant wait for the wheather to break and put some laps in! Tim is converted to the darkside, just bold new graphics and seat cover for 95 RM. I think the 250F will give him more confidence, and make him a better rider.
     
  10. PitRacer

    PitRacer PR Founding Father

    Location:
    Medina, Ohio
    Looks awesome! Maybe someday I'll finish the '92 RM125 and come ride with you!
     
  11. Sounds good to me. I would love to ride area 330 this year!
     
  12. TCracing

    TCracing PR Addict

    Hey Jdawg!!! Check your Private MSGs. LOVE THE RM. NICE!!!
     
  13. Scaplua ouch, when I broke mine the doctor told me it is a very hard bone to break and he does not see it very often.
     
  14. well being nearly 300 lbs with gear on, the force of the impact is much greater. I am working on the 300 number, hopefully by april I will have lost 20-30 lbs.
     

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