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    This is awesome stuff fella's. Thanks again for taking the time to post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeoDutch View Post
    A hammer head and handle.



    Most useful thing ever. Base is an M113 road wheel.



    This is now home to my big bench grinder and this polishing machine is used outside on the blue stand, Base for this one is a Leopard MBT road wheel.



    head diameter is quite a bit smaller than original and the face is now curved, not flat.)

    i like that stand for the vice . thats a good idea!

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    Get rust out of a tank: WD40 and bolts. Get bolts out or tank:Buzzing Stunt Magnets-JUMBO Get Stunt magnet out of tank: a shoelace? Get stuck Shoelace and Stunt Magnet out of tank: calculator watch? Hold on..........We'll come up with somethin here. hehe

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    Homemade brake bleeder, and a link to our blog, with all the info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bandersnatch View Post
    Get rust out of a tank: WD40 and bolts. Get bolts out or tank:Buzzing Stunt Magnets-JUMBO Get Stunt magnet out of tank: a shoelace? Get stuck Shoelace and Stunt Magnet out of tank: calculator watch? Hold on..........We'll come up with somethin here. hehe
    no no no.... the shoelace was trying to get the calculator watch out! LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deadweight View Post


    Homemade brake bleeder, and a link to our blog, with all the info.
    you could use that as a soda blaster for parts too. thats almost exactly how mine is!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ibuiltmine View Post
    you could use that as a soda blaster for parts too. thats almost exactly how mine is!
    Yessir! It bleeds brakes really well. I run a hose off of the end into a bucket so there's no mess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deadweight View Post
    Yessir! It bleeds brakes really well. I run a hose off of the end into a bucket so there's no mess.
    It would be the most awesome brake bleeder if you hooked a map torch to the exit end and as it was blowing brake fluid out, it would ignite and you could enjoy a 6 foot fireball while your brakes bleed out!

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    My flycutter fer heads.
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    Quote Originally Posted by toxiceric View Post
    My flycutter fer heads.
    no shit? how does that work? why do you need so much swing on it?
    the more I learn about a mill the more I want one!

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    Not the prettiest or most complicated, but they work.


    Ont the left is a socket I cut down to get out a locknut since Honda wants $70 for the same thing. And on the right a 17mm allen driver/socket.

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    Default Railroad track Anvil

    Not quite finished but you get the idea! Have you seen the price of an anvil?$?$?$? This you can customize to the kind of work you do too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by choppa View Post
    Not quite finished but you get the idea! Have you seen the price of an anvil?$?$?$? This you can customize to the kind of work you do too!
    That is awesome! That is a LOT of grinding! and on some hard steel, too!

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    Wow, there's some rad stuff in here! Those stands are great, and that anvil is about the most badass thing I've ever seen for metal-fab! :P Where can I get a chunk of rail??

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    Quote Originally Posted by longlivepunk View Post
    Wow, there's some rad stuff in here! Those stands are great, and that anvil is about the most badass thing I've ever seen for metal-fab! :P Where can I get a chunk of rail??
    That stuff looks like big rail. i dont know where you would get that. I found a chink of like city light rail at a scrap yard in denver the other day. 20 bucks a foot and $5 bucks for them to flame cut it for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by choppa View Post
    Not quite finished but you get the idea! Have you seen the price of an anvil?$?$?$? This you can customize to the kind of work you do too!
    that's cool i need one of those! i do have a piece rail but it's not that tall

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deadweight View Post
    Anyone have any cool homemade tools? Here's some allen's I've modified to work on Evo's. Post up what ya got, and how ya' made em.

    i actually have a homemade set just like those in my garage somewhere

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    i just did 2 new dies for my harbor freight compact bender and a neck cup installation tool
    Last edited by TimB1640; 01-20-2012 at 8:33 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeoDutch View Post
    A hammer head and handle.

    I think we need a build thread on the hammer, Fucking love it

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    Quote Originally Posted by choppa View Post
    Not quite finished but you get the idea! Have you seen the price of an anvil?$?$?$? This you can customize to the kind of work you do too!
    That's awesome. I want one.

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