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I have been in education for about 20 years. Teaching is my passion. I am trying to expand my creative side by writing articles and information pieces. I hope you enjoy my Hubs.

I have authored a book titled "Chopper Fundamentals 101" and I plan on offering some tidbits with regards to building chopper kits.

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    10-Sexiest-Female-Rock-Voices

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    What Style Chopper Is Right for Me?

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    Each of the four basic chopper styles has its own beauty and appeal. When you decide which style to build, you need to be honest about the style of riding you are likely to do.

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    Hard-Tail Vs. Soft-Tail Chopper Frames: The Primary Differences

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    I am often asked about the differences between hard-tail and soft-tail frames. So here is a quick comparison between the two explaining their primary differences, including a quick reference chart.

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    Right Triangle Trigonometry Part 3

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