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Old 06-23-2015, 03:56 PM   #1461
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Hey Old Coot, what are the chances of shipping north of the boarder???
Zero, north of the border, sorry. If you have a drop in the US, be happy to oblige.
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Old 06-23-2015, 03:58 PM   #1462
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Can you give us a few pics of your upper bracket forming rig/process, too? The lower bracket pics are very interesting.
Maybe sometime tomorrow IF, I get motivated to do something tonight. Lot of pre-forming operations before forming.
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Old 06-23-2015, 05:51 PM   #1463
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Maybe sometime tomorrow IF, I get motivated to do something tonight. Lot of pre-forming operations before forming.
OK, thanks...... but don't slow your roll. Consumers anxiously await your kits!
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Old 06-23-2015, 06:38 PM   #1464
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Funny how we alway do the easier one first....need to get back in the swing, then the more complex part is next....just seems to go better that way.
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Old 06-23-2015, 09:36 PM   #1465
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Funny how we alway do the easier one first....need to get back in the swing, then the more complex part is next....just seems to go better that way.
Wasn't that, the lower brackets were the last sheet loaded in the truck and the first out. Did get all the holes drilled in the upper brackets and about 1/4 of them chamfered on both sides. Have to have something to do tomorrow. Besides that, the old legs get tired easier these days and I'm just lazy!
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Wasn't that, the lower brackets were the last sheet loaded in the truck and the first out. Did get all the holes drilled in the upper brackets and about 1/4 of them chamfered on both sides. Have to have something to do tomorrow. Besides that, the old legs get tired easier these days and I'm just lazy!
Coot, you are anything but lazy.
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Put everything on the floor....then lay down and work. Horse stall mats work GOOD.
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Au contraire my friend. Since retirement, I do practically nothing. Getting good at it too!
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Old 06-23-2015, 10:10 PM   #1469
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Thats french!! I know some words..... maybe not here lol I actually drilled some holes on my drill press tonight. Had to shorten the TV antenna, it was about 2 inches too high. I just use a 1/2 bit to debur.
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Thats french!! I know some words..... maybe not here lol I actually drilled some holes on my drill press tonight. Had to shorten the TV antenna, it was about 2 inches too high. I just use a 1/2 bit to debur.
Have 6 different sizes of these, from 1/4" dia to 2" dia. made specifically for chamfering holes. This one is a 3/4"
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