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    Default Lets see other stuff you fabricators build beside bikes

    I build all kinds of diffrent things. Post modern house crap snowboard park features, store displays ect . Here is a few things i've done.

    Snowboard park wall ride Peter line in Photo
    Redbull soap box derby race burm
    Lets see yours
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    WHOA! that ramp in the parking lot looks like a blast!

    Where's my skateboard?

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    That's some good work ya done there. I build alot of different things but I usually don't take too many pictures. I'll start takin more pics in the future.

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    Thats funny i keep in mind while i was building it that it had to be skatable too work, and it was. They just used it in LA this summer

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    wallride looks fun. And that burm looks epic. nice work.

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    I spent a lot of time building guitar amps when i was 18/19... im not a fabricator, but i like to make things?





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    I am straight awed by the amps

    I got to get some photos of the farm cause those that've been by, wouldn't be recognizing the interior

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    Damn rusjack! Why the hell did you stop? Those amps looks clean. Wiring a bike must be a breeze?

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    I restore cars I do collision work and build hot rods and build models too

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    Quote Originally Posted by imtheslime View Post
    Damn rusjack! Why the hell did you stop? Those amps looks clean. Wiring a bike must be a breeze?
    It got pretty annoying. Im involved in a music scene in a small town (50,000) with one main bar, and I was known as the 'amp repair guy' and friendships turned into doing a lot of work for free.
    I got some government grants to start a small company and sold a few through shops in town, but it got to be too much work, and its hard to sell handmade amps to broke musicians!

    I just started up a few weeks ago again, working on a tremolux clone for myself. I just needed a year away from it completley!
    and wiring most things is easy at this point, diagrams are just riddles

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    Default Roto Machine

    I'm working on this Rotocaster for a friend right now. Still need to make the inner frame.
    I'm thinking I could make taillights in this sucker pretty easy, two at a time.






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    Heres a few car couches I built. Both cars were saved from being crushed. At least the back end of them. They are wired to run the rear tail lights and the caddy has a smoke machine so you can hit a button and smoke comes out of the exhaust. The mustang has a clock that looks like a tach built in with cup holders, original mustang buckets and I used door panels from a mustang to make the side panels. Everything is all metal no fiberglass



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    those couches are badass

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    couches and amps are badass!! nice work fellas! unfortunately at this time I dont have extra time to fab anything other than bikes/bike parts! SOMEDAY!!!

    josh

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    Thanks guys. Believe me I know the feeling. It took me forever to build the caddy couch because I was busy doing paint and bodywork for everyone else.

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    By the way are you Josh from G&L? You put my XS up on your site. Thanks Its MIke@ Visual Impact

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    Yeah bro...sweet work on the couches love the caddy....

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    Started woodturning years ago, finally started selling some stuff. Now it pays for wood, new tools and parts to built my bike!!!
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    Nice

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    that woodwork is beautiful...

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