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#1 2011-12-09 2:26am

Einnor
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1975 Yamaha Moto-Bike Sidehack

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1975 Yamaha Moto-Bike Sidehack

Finished project

Hi. This is my hack after the restoration.


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#2 2011-12-09 3:34am

erdalicious
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Re: 1975 Yamaha Moto-Bike Sidehack

coolcool

you have pics of the non drive side of the bike?


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#3 2011-12-09 9:11am

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Re: 1975 Yamaha Moto-Bike Sidehack

Very Bitchin' !!!


Builds on a budget. One spoke at a time...

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#4 2011-12-09 2:57pm

Monster-Robot
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Re: 1975 Yamaha Moto-Bike Sidehack

erdalicious wrote:

coolcool

you have pics of the non drive side of the bike?

+1

I'd like to see how you worked around the suspension.

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#5 2011-12-11 4:47am

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Re: 1975 Yamaha Moto-Bike Sidehack

Very cool hack!
smile


Free your mind and your ass will follow!

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#6 2011-12-11 8:59am

mongoosedrummer
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Re: 1975 Yamaha Moto-Bike Sidehack

Wow! Yamaha actually made a sidehack bitd? I had no idea...


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#7 2011-12-11 9:41am

Haro-83
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Re: 1975 Yamaha Moto-Bike Sidehack

cool sidehack cool


Build it, Ride it and Break it. That what it was made for.

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#8 2011-12-11 10:29pm

Einnor
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Re: 1975 Yamaha Moto-Bike Sidehack

Thanks for the comments. This is not a Yamaha Hack. This was made by a company called Tilton Machiene and Welding in 1975. This is 1 of 4 ever made. I had to choose a name and since Tilton was not a choice, I clicked Yamaha.

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#9 2012-12-27 5:55am

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Re: 1975 Yamaha Moto-Bike Sidehack

Very sweet, Load more photos if you can, love to see the rest of it.


Shiny side 7x wanted in black with good looseball hubs
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#10 2014-08-20 8:25am

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Re: 1975 Yamaha Moto-Bike Sidehack

cool

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#11 2016-07-31 1:27am

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Re: 1975 Yamaha Moto-Bike Sidehack

cool


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