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Here's a rear fender using same method. After I trim and and wheel the sides it should be good.


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Tank under construction. Needs quite a bit more work but it's getting there.
This is the first curved tank I have made and the first Aluminium or Aluminum if you prefer to call it. I have made a few steel panel tanks in the past and they were pretty easy
This is quite challenging but I learnt a lot doing it and I think if I make more in the future it would be easier than the first.

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Made the filler cap and female bung to be welded into the tank when I'm ready.


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Back to it for a bit with some spare time here and there.
Made a headlight and need to paint it and make some mounts.
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Painted it,
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Come on Steve whats the holdup any more pics ? U must of finished by now ...
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Finally managed to get some $ together and got an Ultima 113 as well as the primary, gearbox etc so now I can start moving forwards again at last.
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Old 04-08-2015, 11:50 AM
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finally managed to get some $ together and got an ultima 113 as well as the primary, gearbox etc so now i can start moving forwards again at last.
good choice, perhaps it's much more practical to get 113 than 120 or 127 for regular street use.
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Made the drive sprocket.
Grab a lump of steel, machine the blank, wire cut the spline, gear cut the teeth and grind the faces, done!



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Got the sprotor dummied up with the caliper and it all fits well with the chain chopped to a suitable length, just need a little bracket to support the caliper arm but I have that figured out.
I'll get the bits TiN coated (titanium nitride ) in the next week or so.

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Old 04-26-2015, 06:24 PM
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Unbelievable job man.
It looks as if there,s nothing you can,t do.
Should I finally decide to come to work as a medical doctor to New Zealand( I get bombarded with invitations) , I would love to find you and learn from you as your apprentice.
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Old 04-27-2015, 07:11 AM
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agreed, master craftsman..when you start making your own drive gears...
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Old 04-27-2015, 08:25 AM
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Mr Stein. your a medical Dr.?? .. I need to know what to do about a pain in the neck...
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Old 05-02-2015, 02:46 AM
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The oil tank I made before had a battery mount which interfered slightly with the primary which I hadn't realized until I mocked stuff up. It was pissing me off and I thought I would modify it but the more I looked at it the more it pissed me off so I biffed it.
I think I much prefer the battery mounted low anyway so it's a perfect excuse to start again.
So today I started making another , it will need cleaning up, polishing etc but I'm satisfied it will be sweet this time.
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