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    Default Where to buy raised swastika points cover for 2008 1200 custom?

    Where can i buy swastika points cover n other swastika and ss bike parts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Animal88 View Post
    Where can i buy swastika points cover n other swastika and ss bike parts?
    Try here, they probably have something you'd be interested in

    http://www.misterb.com/en

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benny74 View Post
    Try here, they probably have something you'd be interested in

    http://www.misterb.com/en
    godamnit, I clicked the link on my work computer!!!! hahahaha I'll be erasing cookies, history and burning my hard drive now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deckard43 View Post
    godamnit, I clicked the link on my work computer!!!! hahahaha I'll be erasing cookies, history and burning my hard drive now.
    Haha sorry homie

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    Quote Originally Posted by benny74 View Post
    try here, they probably have something you'd be interested in

    http://www.misterb.com/en
    lol!!!

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    If boibutt was good enough for Ernst Röhm and other OG Nazibros it should be good enough for the next Reich.

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    Try this guy, I got some pentagram stuff from him http://www.azece.com/index.htm

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    Adolfs bike shop in munich

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    A high school shop class?
    A points cover has got to be the easiest fabrication project ever.
    Get as fancy as you can/want. Or keep it as crude, up to you.
    Aluminum, steel, brass, copper, tin, plastic, glass, ceramic, soapstone, anything that can take the heat really.
    Precious metals too. As long as the alloy can take the heat...
    Remember this is chop cult not consumer cult

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    Quote Originally Posted by datadavid View Post
    Adolfs bike shop in munich
    I phoned Munich but an Ewok picked up. I don't speak Ewok. Wat do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by farmall View Post
    I phoned Munich but an Ewok picked up. I don't speak Ewok. Wat do?
    Goddam German Ewoks...Nazi's (cute but still Nazis) with spears!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sky View Post
    A high school shop class?
    A points cover has got to be the easiest fabrication project ever.
    Get as fancy as you can/want. Or keep it as crude, up to you.
    Aluminum, steel, brass, copper, tin, plastic, glass, ceramic, soapstone, anything that can take the heat really.
    Precious metals too. As long as the alloy can take the heat...
    Remember this is chop cult not consumer cult
    My thoughts exactly

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    Putting a swastika on your 2008 sportster sounds extremely fucking lame. About as cool as the sick bobber outfit in your profile.

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    Now boys, I am sure the original poster had no interest in Nazi symbolism, after all the origin of the swastika is quite noble, as below:

    The word swastika comes from the Sanskrit svastika, which means “good fortune” or “well-being." The motif (a hooked cross) appears to have first been used in Neolithic Eurasia, perhaps representing the movement of the sun through the sky. To this day it is a sacred symbol in Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, and Odinism.

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    "swastika points cover n other swastika and ss bike parts"

    I know you're takin the piss but clearly this is not the case, unless the Schutzstaffel symbol brings good fortune as well.

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    Got me on that one, well I tried.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Animal88 View Post
    Where can i buy swastika points cover n other swastika and ss bike parts?
    If you choose to make one aluminum and brass are pretty easy to work with, aluminum being the easiest. You can actually use a lot of the same stuff you use to work with wood if you make it out of aluminum. To demonstrate, all I used to make this ignition switch mount for my softail project is a drill press, some wood router bits, and a hole saw for a drill that I had laying around from the last time I installed a door. I got the piece of aluminum plate scrap out of the dumpster at work, and did the initial cutting on my chop saw which has a wood blade too.

    It takes some patience and you'll probably bitch your fingers up a bit like I did but it was worth it.
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    This needs some file work and polishing yet but it should turn out pretty cool. And it's 1 of 1, which to me is really cool.

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    WD-40 is commonly used by machinists as cutting lube for al and works very well.

    If you have a decent drill press you can do some basic milling, but an X-Y table AKA compound slide table would help considerably. I look for stuff like that at liquidation auctions and Craigslist.

    New example: https://www.grizzly.com/products/G8750

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    "It's springtime for Hitler and Germany!"
    Nazi accessories are so lame.

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    I hear ya. It sucks when you push the envelope a little too hard and the bit grabs the piece. You're guaranteed to get bit.

    I was supposed to get this yesterday, but with the weather being so shitty in PA it threw UPS back a few days.
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    It's not the best cross slide vise they have, but not the worst either. There's a bunch of little stuff I want to mill for my project.

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