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Beautiful shine.Are you keeping it all silver?
I needed to make some brackets out of alloy tube, but of you squash the ends in the vice it looks crap… so I made this little die that profiles the ends round which also make them stronger.
I would like to see a sub thread set up entitled…“Roper says, Canuck says, Buzzer says..”Roper for mechanical advice Canuck for restoration adviceBuzzer for specialist machiningThe deal would be, no arguments or immediate removal of post. Questions yes, but if you don’t value the advice don’t open the thread.
Ok…Where have you been hiding all this time, that is absolutely brilliant…
I built a Rob North BSA A65 years ago and it worked out nicely.[/url]But where I hit the wall a bit was the wiring.When you say you laid out the circuits one by one, I can readily see that logic, but when I did that, I found that I was duplicating a lot of positive wires. How did you determine whether to run a dedicated positive to perform a given function, or just tap into one that was already there ?
nice build... that's why I like those fuse boxes in the picture... one positive wire to it, and 6 out to the various components. also one earth to it, and 6 out. it keeps it simple
here it is finished... just waiting on a small part to get it running, which is very frustrating!
well how annoying is that I noticed the section of one pipe was going blue... checked it and its magnetic! looks like the supplier mixed in a piece of Mild Steel in with the stainless! Oh well, new piece is on its way
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