That's the kind of stuff I end up doing too. I've ended up with a few smoldering jigs, but I got the weld done! :bananatool:
There must be some kind of science to allowing for warpage, but I'm thinking it's more "educated guesswork". I was shocked to see how much things...
Just slightly :lol:
It does look nice.
You will want to be able to get at it to drain condensation from the tank on a regular basis. If you don't, you will rot the tank out.
Happy to hear you got it going easily. I like the looks of your rig (y)
I've had a couple axles hauled half way across the country by Fastenal for less than the cost of gas to make the drive, just sayin' :whistle:
Looks like a bracket you'd bolt on and hook a return spring to.
I know what you mean about "distractions" aka "life"...
I went this route to stay away from my frame mounted Master cylinder, and leave the front dump exhaust as is. I kept my stock column from the...
I think the pickle jar is more traditional, they're still glass. My peanut butter jars are plastic. :p
Just a side note, I made mine adjustable with a grade 8 bolt and a Heim joint.
Nice work! I see your bumper could use some love too, I was able to massage out most of the kinks in mine using a hydraulic press and a few select...
John, maybe figure out a way to compress the seat springs and hold them until you slip the cover on and then "release" them. I'm thinking mash the...
Take a Sawzall to your exhaust? :sneak:
Advance Adapter chain linkage may be an option to consider. Very easy install and good reports on function.
Makes perfect sense to me; it would be a cryin' shame to let a sticker like that go to waste! (y)
Darker might be a little more forgiving of dirt.
They don't seem to, pretty easy to pop them loose with your thumb.
Nice work Jeff! here's a few I've made.
I'm working on a chest holster for a 6" revolver now.
I resemble that statement :cool:
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