The Prodigy

Discussion in 'General Slingshot Discussions' started by Markatrog, Dec 30, 2013.

  1. WildBill

    WildBill The Silly Song Guy

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    Is that a slingshot or a combination tool (spanner, steering wheel puller and torsion wrench)?

    -Wild Bill
     

  2. VWscooby

    VWscooby Senior Member

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    Some see a cycle crank, I see a premade tube powered slingbow there ;)
     
  3. Markatrog

    Markatrog Member

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    Mountain nil crank :)
     
  4. WildBill

    WildBill The Silly Song Guy

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    Hmmm... You know, most bikes already have forks...

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  5. Markatrog

    Markatrog Member

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    Yep, this one and 3 more, bike parts make great stuff!
     
  6. kohlqez

    kohlqez Accident-Prone

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    I do too, a 4 tube slingbow. Actually I see lots of possibilities for that piece.
     
  7. kohlqez

    kohlqez Accident-Prone

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    I as thinking about that yesterday but I felt it may lead to kindergartners with "tanks"
     
  8. Markatrog

    Markatrog Member

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    All suggestions welcome. I am a rookie and my head is spinning, light weight aluminum to.
     
  9. Markatrog

    Markatrog Member

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    Every boy and girl should have a tank.
     
  10. Lacumo

    Lacumo Member

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    If that came to you as a leftover or freebie, that’s cool, but it wouldn’t be cheap to buy. I think those things are pretty expensive.
     
  11. Markatrog

    Markatrog Member

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    Yea! Got some extra parts, switched to a lighter crank, don't do down hill and that was the red bull crank, a few less grams, lol. Like grams matter
    When your over 50.
     
  12. Withak

    Withak aka Whitehawk!

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    Hmm, more nice 'forkspotting'. When I see stuff like this, it tells me I really haven't let my imagination loose yet. Nice find. I may need to stop at the local bike shop on the way home...