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Username Post: homemade metal working tools        (Topic#66)
deadbodyman 
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07-28-09 08:15 PM - Post#83    


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I guess I'll start this one off with something simple that everyone likes..I use this for forming wheelwells its pretty self explanitory,I think
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deadbodyman 
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07-28-09 08:36 PM - Post#84    

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This ones real handy for any kind of work that uses air hose.Its just a steel wheel cut in half,when put in front of a wheel it keeps the hose from getting caught up in the tire,very annoying when your in a hurry,and a real problem in a paint booth.This is what I have new guys make when I teach them how to cut with torches.the hose just glides through and never gets stuck in the tire
learn from your misstakes,misteaks *##*!!! screwups








 
deadbodyman 
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07-28-09 08:56 PM - Post#85    

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Of course theres lots of other uses for old wheels.if you cut the ends off a drive shaft and weld it to a wheel it makes a great stand for your bench grinder or abead roller
learn from your misstakes,misteaks *##*!!! screwups








 
deadbodyman 
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deadbodyman
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07-28-09 09:00 PM - Post#86    

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Later on I'll show you my bandsaw plans for resawing lumber using spare tire donuts and rear spindles off an old grand prix
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