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    Congrats, there is a certain visceral...

    Congrats, there is a certain visceral satisfaction to kicking a bike to life. As has been stated every bike is different, in the case of my panhead there is a difference cold vs warmed up. When...
  2. I'm really enjoying this build so far. You should...

    I'm really enjoying this build so far. You should end up with a really nice, unique bike.
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    damn that looks good

    damn that looks good
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    My understanding is they were either shooting a...

    My understanding is they were either shooting a scene or rehearsing a scene in which he discharges the weapon toward the camera. TWO professionals checked and approved the weapon before handing it...
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    Wow, so much hate here for someone you never met...

    Wow, so much hate here for someone you never met and who has done nothing to you or yours, just wow.
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    Give it a break and have some fucking empathy. ...

    Give it a break and have some fucking empathy. He was handed what was supposed to be a prop gun and was told it was loaded with blanks, he is an actor not a fucking military vet or armorer. Now the...
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    Now your talking, it should be pretty straight...

    Now your talking, it should be pretty straight forward to wire one up, or if you have the inclination, an online electronics store will have the board to create your own PCB board and 12v LEDS
    ...
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    I installed an LED panel from HiTech in my...

    I installed an LED panel from HiTech in my tombstone, bright as heck now. Not sure who else makes them but they are much brighter then the LED bulbs that fit into a standard 1157 socket.

    Here is...
  9. Well crap, rainy, cold weather today so I guess a...

    Well crap, rainy, cold weather today so I guess a little wet sanding is called for. This works out fine as I have found a few spots I want to improve before going forward. As usual, once it is all...
  10. Good day today, got the fuel fittings aligned and...

    Good day today, got the fuel fittings aligned and ready to rock and roll. Handy little tool, only Harley would think to make an alignment tool for this, but it does work!

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    Then it was...
  11. Thread: Thank you!

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    Sticky: And thank you for providing an outstanding...

    And thank you for providing an outstanding resource for the rest of us!
  12. Front edge of the tank is almost there, here I...

    Front edge of the tank is almost there, here I tried it out and while I still have a little work to do, it looks pretty close.

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    I need to finish those up, a couple of brackets need some...
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    I learned to weld in the Army and worked as a...

    I learned to weld in the Army and worked as a factory mechanic for some years after I got out. Then I stopped welding for 25 years. ( My big claim to fame from those days, I once got to weld up the...
  14. I've always wondered on the bass boats, do the...

    I've always wondered on the bass boats, do the shoot gel coat, then the flake, then the glass, or do they lay the glass and then shoot the flake after it comes out of the mold?

    One day I would...
  15. Onward and forward, I used a light hammer to tap...

    Onward and forward, I used a light hammer to tap a plastic automotive spatula between the fender and the tin foil. Two taps and the whole unit popped right off the fender. Next I chased the threads...
  16. Thanks Tat, Between my '74 Corvette and our...

    Thanks Tat,

    Between my '74 Corvette and our old boat I've done a fair share of glass repairs and it just stuck. I was taught to waste not, want not, Polish immigrant grandparents you know.

    To...
  17. If you noticed the two dark spots in the previous...

    If you noticed the two dark spots in the previous photo those are the mounting holes in the fender. I purposely poked the tin foil so I could located them. To fasten the seat I grabbed a couple of...
  18. Frame is ready to shoot, and I have begun the...

    Frame is ready to shoot, and I have begun the tanks, first had to clean off the welding crap left by manufacturing. A little sanding with the orbital & 80 grit paper, and a little work with some...
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    I am digging the Edlund frame myself, very clean...

    I am digging the Edlund frame myself, very clean and well made.
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    Pulled a wheel stand with a CBX at about 65 mph,...

    Pulled a wheel stand with a CBX at about 65 mph, most torque I ever felt on a bike.
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    I just wish I knew when to use which one, but I'm...

    I just wish I knew when to use which one, but I'm getting better at it.
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    600 seems really course to me, it will leave...

    600 seems really course to me, it will leave scratch marks. If I was to attempt this, and it's really not my bag, I'd start with a bit of fine steelwool first, then work your way up to 1000 grit wet...
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    My ex-father-in-law was an over the road driver. ...

    My ex-father-in-law was an over the road driver. We lived in a small town outside of Chicago. Kids always had nice clothes and his wife always had a newish car. Came as a real shock to everyone...
  24. Wish you were closer, I've got an old one that...

    Wish you were closer, I've got an old one that you could have experimented on. But I think the shipping would not make it worth it ;-(
  25. Poll: Now it's getting good, I know how many hours I...

    Now it's getting good, I know how many hours I spend in molding, I can't even begin to guess what it takes to get that much shaping done.
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