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    Quote Originally Posted by TimB1640 View Post
    can you show more on how you made this? iwould love to make one of these for the lathe i use! i only have a 3 jaw chuck so putting a square piece in there might present a problem
    u could make a face plate to chuck in your 3 jaw. do u have toe clamps?

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    I built a foot operated stand for my shrinker/stretcher this week


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    This has to be one of the finest examples of a homemade tool


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    Quote Originally Posted by andri View Post
    This has to be one of the finest examples of a homemade tool

    im curious, why would u even have a sawsall?

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    Quote Originally Posted by andri View Post
    This has to be one of the finest examples of a homemade tool


    The old saying goes,"a picture is worth a thousand words".....but this one requires at least 3,700 words to explain that shit.

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    You fucking idiots this isint the junk pile

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    We call this the wheel slicer. Use it to enlarge or cut down rims.

    Just set the rim on the bearing, clamp the plasma cutter online with where you want the cut, power it up, and slowly turn the wheel.


    This one is helping to make a 17 inch rim 1 inch taller and two inches wider.



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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtbag View Post
    You fucking idiots this isint the junk pile
    lighten up francis

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    lol...Sergeant Hulka

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    bump.

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    Here's a couple of mine...

    Bike jack...



    Frame fixture...


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    Quote Originally Posted by corn View Post
    Here's a couple of mine...

    Bike jack...



    ]
    That is pretty cool. I have been eyeballing a heavy duty jack like that thats at the edge of the scrap yard. I can get it for a couple bucks but with my small garage i have to justify it. I have a normal bike jack, but this seems like it would be easier to throw under something then wheel out the big ass jack.

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    and the frame fixture is freaking bad ass man! I think thats my next project is to build a frame fixture!

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    Valve lapping compound on bolts that have damaged threads run them back and forth in a nut a couple of times and they are cleaned right up.

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    Default chain / sprocket adjuster

    to adjust the chain
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails photo-7.jpg  

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    Default Bending Jig

    7 different diameters for bending anything, can do 1/8" flat stock without heat no problem.


    Did all the scroll work on this chalk board on it.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Bender.JPG   Chalk_Board.JPG  

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    We can't let this thread die. There's way too many of the " What color denim vest should I wear over my flannel that won't clash with my sparkly helmet" threads. We don't need anymore of that!

    This is for a real simple Big Twin engine stand. It's made out of 3/16" x 6" flat steel. Cut a piece of it at 25-3/4" long. Take a square and mark it at 1-1/2" / 6-1/2" / 12" / 4-1/4" and 1-1/2"


    Take your angle grinder with a cut off wheel and score the steel halfway through, right on the marks you made. This will make for straight and square bends.


    Bend them all up using a square to keep them all at 90 degrees Tack each corner to keep em square.


    Weld all the seams up and your done.
    http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-4SGI4_XWwl...1101-00063.jpg


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    Quote Originally Posted by davyhoskins88 View Post
    to adjust the chain
    Fucking brilliant!

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    Will someone please bring this thread back to life!!!

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    some tech on brake fluid,not a tool but very important non the less

    http://www.roddingroundtable.com/tec...rakefluid.html

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