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 Post subject: Beautiful parts!!!!!!!
PostPosted: Sun Oct 25, 2009 10:37 am 
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Stop please stop, I can't take it my head is spinning from all those beautiful new parts. LOL

Just kidding, no I'm not, yes I am, not I'm not, yes I am! -------- See what I mean!

Looking very very awesome Gregg, excellent top notch work.

My garage, shoot my living room is available for a museum anytime.

Take care friend.


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PostPosted: Sun Oct 25, 2009 5:56 pm 
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Had some time again today-installed the top cage,front and rear bars, head net, and some light brackets as well.


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hoser wrote:
Mudbogger wrote:
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WOW that's going to be a new 20k Pilot when your done you should contact Honda and see if they will want to put it in their museum :shock:


LOL, your right Hoser-I so regret not just buying ODYKIDS pilot when it was all together-it has been so expensive getting each item-espec the trans, and rear brake caliper, it would have been so much cheaper to just buy it in 1 piece!!!Can we start a POOA museum somewhere/ :-)
Like the 350x Hoser?


Yeah the 350X and the 250R! Both look real nice.


thanks very much Hoser-I love the 3 wheelers, shame alot of them are just sitting in salvage yards going to crap.Garage is too small, now you guys see why I have multiple garages huh?


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Now, my next dilemia is-I have these rims from Ludedude-OMF beadlocks which have been sitting here for like 4 years, never mounted,What style/make of tire will fit these rims,do I need a certain "joggle"or bead size on the tire to fit the beadlocks?They were the rims we had a group buy on many years ago before the darkside got to him, they are stock size if my memory serves me correctly.Anybody have these-or used them with a tire recently, I really don't see alot of guys with beadlocks these days-and I will use them on this trailer queen as it will never see the mud/sun/rain/etc while I own it, so it doesnt make sense to not use them IMO.Any help is greatly appreciated on this.


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nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiicccccccccccccccccccccceeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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hoser wrote:
WOW that's going to be a new 20k Pilot when your done you should contact Honda and see if they will want to put it in their museum :shock:


To date totals from SERVICE HONDA and ODYSALVAGE.COM is $10,010.11 COMBINED !!!can you believe it?I have every reciept for the Pilot,and that doesn't include the actual purchase of the frame,trans,motor (( Internal Combustion Engine ? )), motor (( Internal Combustion Engine ? )) rebuild,powdercoating, painting and sandblasting for which I do have the receipts for that as well.It will go into the 15 grand mark when all said and done for sure.


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Just placed another SMALL ORDER from SERVICE tonight :-) and purchased some stainless lines for the masters from Randy as the rubber ones are discontinued and very hard to get it appears from my numerous trys.


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MONEY WELL SPENT!!
good job
GAPILOT


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If you are going to use that big ol seat you might want to relocate the radiator...
Where did you get that seat? looks comfy!


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I think the stock seat is the way to go.. :-) ( HINT HINT ) mud
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I got the seat long time ago --don't remember from who to be honest and if I do sell this in future it stays with me, I promised it will be with me till death do I part!!
GAPILOT, still thinking about the seat--


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Mudbogger wrote:
I got the seat long time ago --don't remember from who to be honest and if I do sell this in fufutre it stays with me, I promised it will be with me till death do I part!!
GAPILOT, still thinking about the seat--


So you are marrying the seat or the whole pilot???


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Got the remaining fender brackets back from the powdercoater along with new Battery (scorpion gel battery)and ordered a stainless brake line kit for replacements off the wheel(finding a set of rubber ones are like winning a million dollars).I installed all the brake lines, switches,panel in the wheel, then had to take it all out as the lines I got from Randy @ odysalvage.com were junk and leaked like a garden hoses with the water turned on-shame-hope he gives me a refund on these as I have to rebleed the brake system and get another set of lines from another supplier.
I checked with a weak battery the starter, lights, etc all are working perfectly.I also ordered a set of Carlisle AT 489 tires front and rears for my OMF rims, so I hoping to get this to a rolling chasiss soon.I have all new plastics for including a new tub, yup new OEM!WORK WILL CONTINUE this weekend again-PICS soon too.


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I still have a seat just like that that was on my first chinese buggy! Were you able to put the seat in with out removing the cage? - might take my cherry OEM seat out and try this! Near as I can remember it was comfy??? I have seen some of these in little 4 banger wantabe sports carsm let me know how it "feels" when you get a chance to sit in it


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Can i borrow this for the next GNCC?


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bullnerd wrote:
Can i borrow this for the next GNCC?


nope- :-) but will this do?


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Turbotexas wrote:
I still have a seat just like that that was on my first chinese buggy! Were you able to put the seat in with out removing the cage? - might take my cherry OEM seat out and try this! Near as I can remember it was comfy??? I have seen some of these in little 4 banger wantabe sports carsm let me know how it "feels" when you get a chance to sit in it


yes-it fits right in there, I had to fab a mounting bracket underneath in the front to angle the front of the seat up, that's it pretty much.


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Hello Mudbogger, a brand new foot tub wow!!!!!!!
I think you need to change your name to magic man finder of hidden treasure.

Take care.


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Mudbogger wrote:
bullnerd wrote:
Can i borrow this for the next GNCC?


nope- :-) but will this do?


She has Honda Red on!!! The original BIG RED


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 Post subject: Re: pilot parts
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Hello Mudbogger, a brand new foot tub wow!!!!!!!
I think you need to change your name to magic man finder of hidden treasure.

Take care.


Yes, it is brand new-I'll take a picture for all to see, just to document it as well-still in the OEM plasitc in fact!!I found it in my attic under a pile of ody plastics.I installed the new powdercoated fender brackets, battery-new CDI (Capacitor Discharge Ignition) and Coil-still waiting for my stainless brake lines to button up the front end and start installing plastics.


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Holy crap! She is literally 5 times the size of my gf. My gf could be used as one of her legs!! :shock: :-)


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is the foot tub also not available now?? W.T.H.


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foot tub still available.


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Are they, I tryed to order one from SERVICE and they told me it was discontinued-huh-I'll try again then, why not?Thanks for the heads up-


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updated pictures, got the brackets for the fenders powdercoated, the steering wheel in-fresh CDI (Capacitor Discharge Ignition) and coil from HONDA-headlight bezels, headlight plastics,grills all new OEM AS WELL.


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