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SELF INTRODUCTION: I'm a Kentucky boy who's found himself transplanted into Japan. been into turning wrenches as long as i can remember. i love muscle cars, hotrod bikes, and the martial arts.

been a member of this board since back when it was a part of Chopperweb. been handling the tech side and sharing the admin duties for several years now.
Location: Yamanashi Shi, Japan

Forum updates completed 8.27

Post by budoka » Sun Aug 27, 2017 8:33 am

OK folks, i think i got the forum updated to the newest, most secure version of the software. It may look a bit different and some things may work a bit different, but take it for a test drive and let me know if there are any problems that i need to attend to.

otherwise continue on, my friends.

take care,
-experience is a wonderful thing. It enables you to recognize a mistake when you make it again.

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SELF INTRODUCTION: hi everyone its me from the old bord hopeing to see everyone come here and all the newcomers . lets make this as good as the old one or even better . lookin foreward to seeing everyones projects continue and ill be continueing mine too
Location: utica new york

Re: Forum updates completed 8.27

Post by curt » Sun Aug 27, 2017 1:36 pm

thanks dan
ever notice when you hit somethin or someone with a hammer you feel instantly better

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SELF INTRODUCTION: Seemingly still just a wannabe, as I've not actually built a chopper yet. But I know what I'm doing. I'm startin slow, studying, tooling up, and thinking about it properly - someone here once said "The important thing about finishing your first build is to not let your ambitions exceed your abilities." I'm holdin my ambitions just a little ahead of my abilites so's I can stay motivated. Gary said the balance of time and money is key - So, I'm working that, too. Just reallly grateful to find that this incredible resource is still alive and accessible.
I'm hoping to actually connect with and make some friends here this time.
I'm in So NH repairing and riding the low buck jap junk for now... practicing, discovering my fav riding style, learning CAD, machining, designing and building tools. Lonely. I've got friends and family, and riding buds but no close chopper freaks to hold a torch. Aaaaand, I've said too much again....
Location: So New Hampshire, USA

Re: Forum updates completed 8.27

Post by justin caise » Mon Oct 02, 2017 9:24 pm

Well, I'm back again also after a long unintentional hiatus.

Thank you for your efforts. This place was instrumental to me and is still very important and inspirational toward The Craft.
Your car should be old style
Your clothes rather new
Your chopper - a tasteful mix of the two.

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