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Old 02-23-2013, 01:10 PM
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Finally got a little spare time to do a little more. Should be able to get into it some more shortly.
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sure must be nice to have a cnc machine to do the work..... try doing it without the aid of a cnc machine...now thats craftmanship..
Cnc machining is a craft in it's own..

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Old 02-26-2013, 11:37 PM
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Got to make some of the support frame for the seat, heating and hammering.
It all has to be machined yet and drilled ,tapped etc.
Made some seat spring cartridges using some valve springs for the "spring"
I'll need to fab a linkage arrangement for them to work how I want as I don't want the normal vertical position look if I can help it.



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extremely impressed. not just having access to make that sprocket, but spending the time to do it, making your fender roller, etc. really cool!!
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Old 03-01-2013, 10:01 PM
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Got some more done on my seat mechanism , not really working to a set design but building it in my head as I go, I hope it works.

Thanks for the positive comments it makes it more satisfying when others appreciate your work.

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With a rebel yell............MORE MORE MORE!!!!

Awesome work and I'm wanting to see the finished bike!
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Mate thats great stuff i dream of tooling to do that and the know how ! i use a small engine laith and small mill could you teach us on cc Just jokeing great work and cool ideas.
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Made the clevis arrangement for the front of the seat, only a couple more bits to be made for the seat before I can mount it.
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Old 03-03-2013, 01:30 AM
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LoVe it mate those parts will last for ever.Quaility through and through gunna look nice lots of home made parts if not all good on ya mate.
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Made the risers out of stainless, and tacked the seat mechanism into place and it works well!




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that is fricken staunch love those riser's awesome
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Old 03-08-2013, 11:35 PM
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I love reading your build threads, it's amazing to me and inspires me to get off my ass and get out to the garage.Your creativity and abilities prove that anythigs possible if you want it bad enough, you just need a little motivation , intelligence and some good ideas. And of course a fully stocked machine shop won't hurt. Anyhow,Thanks for sharing your talents with us and I hope to see a lot more of your work in the future.
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Made the beginnings of the bars and fortunately I still have a couple of brass grips laying around from making several pairs awhile ago.
I had also made a run of internal throttles which is going to save me some more time.
Next step will be making some forward controls, I'm thinking to have a go at making the master cylinder. I know I could buy something fairly cheap but I want to make something perhaps different , I'll need to dismantle one to have a look but I think I can probably do it.

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Send me those grips for some engraving.
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Old 03-13-2013, 03:17 AM
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I love it! Please keep it coming.
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