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    Finally got my 93" Panhead motor! Looks great and...

    Finally got my 93" Panhead motor! Looks great and no issues placing it in, slid right into the frame.
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    Voting for this machine and the rest of the bikes in Biltwell's People's Champ...
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    VOTE NOW AT THE LINK BELOW. Voting goes through...

    VOTE NOW AT THE LINK BELOW. Voting goes through Sunday.
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    https://www.biltwellinc.com/wtf/2019/03/biltwell-peoples-champ-2019-round-1/
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    My welds came out really well, no contamination...

    My welds came out really well, no contamination or issues
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    The bottom of the tank with the bungs all welded in. Next up is the platform pieces to form, cut, and weld to the backbone. Those...
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    Got back on my hummer sporty tank, working on the...

    Got back on my hummer sporty tank, working on the bottom platform mounts. I figured where I needed to place the bungs in the bottom of the tank, marked the locations, drilled pilot holes, then used a...
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    Been busy on other projects for the chopper, left...

    Been busy on other projects for the chopper, left the auxiliary fuel tank/box unfinished. Still needed to weld the edges, as well as cut out and weld on the bottom of the tank/box. I started by...
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    Voting is this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Vote...

    Voting is this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Vote for your top 13 to move on to the next round...

    VOTE FOR THIS MACHINE
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    Voting is on Biltwell's blog: ...
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    Thanks Lisa, I appreciate the support!

    Thanks Lisa, I appreciate the support!
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    I wanted to change it up. Had around 100k miles...

    I wanted to change it up. Had around 100k miles on the wishbone, plus I wanted to rake the front out a bit as well. No exact reason I went with the straight legs, almost went with a single downtube....
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    My front end got back from the platers 2 days...

    My front end got back from the platers 2 days ago. Polished nickel legs, with all the other hardware in black nickel. Came out great. Here it is all layed out...
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    Got it put together and on...
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    Electronic fuel pump, auxiliary fuel tank,...

    Electronic fuel pump, auxiliary fuel tank, 4-speed kicker transmission, waterproof fuse box, and circuit breaker placement
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    Fab Kev sent it to me that way. In case I wanted...

    Fab Kev sent it to me that way. In case I wanted to make changes, so I could finish it all off myself
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    As some of you may know, Showclass had to...

    As some of you may know, Showclass had to recently back out of running the People's Champ Competition. Luckily, Bill and the people at Biltwell took it over to keep it alive.

    Bill and Mcgoo have...
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    Here's a photo of the auxiliary tank I fabricated...

    Here's a photo of the auxiliary tank I fabricated on my last chop, the one I mentioned in my last post. It sat between my top and bottom frame rails on the right side of my chop in front of my...
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    I put 35k miles on my first chop in just over 2...

    I put 35k miles on my first chop in just over 2 years. Those miles taught me a lot about what I needed to add, subract, or alter on my second build. Having a 2.2 gallon mustang tank mounted on my...
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    I had Fab Kevin special cut this round oil tank...

    I had Fab Kevin special cut this round oil tank for me over a year and a half ago, leaving the ends open. The cuts I wanted were at angles so the tank would sit hidden under the seat/frame rails,...
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    Sounds good. Thanks for following along

    Sounds good. Thanks for following along
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    Here are a few different angles of the tank as it...

    Here are a few different angles of the tank as it sits on my frame. 2.2 gallons of power juice sitting on a Paughco frame that has almost 100k miles on it, and running. 100k rigid miles in the form...
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    I cut and grinded down both ends of the tunnel....

    I cut and grinded down both ends of the tunnel. Just as I did with the edge that met the bottom panels, I left a little extra sticking out. I did this on the ends not only to have extra surface for...
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    With the tunnel formed and ready for install, I...

    With the tunnel formed and ready for install, I fit it into the tank leaving both ends long, running a mark along the bottom edge where the tunnel meets the tank's bottom panels.
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    I then...
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    As I mentioned before, I left about 1/4" of extra...

    As I mentioned before, I left about 1/4" of extra trim around the outer edge when I cut out the old tank bottom(as you can see in this first picture where the outer edge isn't covered by the 2nd...
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    Next came the bottom panels of the tank to be...

    Next came the bottom panels of the tank to be formed, fitted, and welded into place. I used a piece of thin cardboard paper to trace my outline and get a template piece to work with.
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    I cut...
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    I completely tig welded the front piece into...

    I completely tig welded the front piece into place to fill the front tunnel opening
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    I was then able to cut new tunnel holes on each end, front and back, for my new tunnel to fit into. I cut...
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    After tearing out the bottom and tunnel, as well...

    After tearing out the bottom and tunnel, as well as busting the dents out, I got to work filling in what I needed. I started with the front tunnel opening, cutting and bending a piece of 16 gauge...
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    Like I mentioned before, after getting it...

    Like I mentioned before, after getting it sandblasted, this tank had dents all over it. Big ones. Once I got the bottom ripped out, I had room to get into it and work them out.
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    Using...
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    I got this old hummer sporty tank over 10 years...

    I got this old hummer sporty tank over 10 years ago and held onto it for a special project. This Showclass People's champ build seemed to be the right one. It was painted and beat up when I got it,...
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