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  • #16
    very nice. Clean work.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by 6pakdakota View Post
      yep. that's where i got the idea. i made this one for a lot less than the bench mule though.
      Yes, MW is very proud of that thing. Good job
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      • #18
        I need something like that

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        • #19
          Noticed that you beveled the edges of all the through holes. How did you do this, and how did you make them look so uniform? The whole thing looks machine made. Great job.

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          • #20
            TI-83 in the first pics is a pretty hefty calculator for shop math...

            I'm an RPN man myself, but I do keep a TI-89 with me for certain things...

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            • #21
              like your work!

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              • #22
                Rear end/ Transmission

                Very nice work there buddy nice tig welds aswell. What did you cut the parts with plasma

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by Vernon View Post
                  Very nice work there buddy nice tig welds aswell. What did you cut the parts with plasma
                  look @ #6 posting for the answers .....looks like someone needs to read!

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by Bodybagger View Post
                    TI-83 in the first pics is a pretty hefty calculator for shop math...

                    I'm an RPN man myself, but I do keep a TI-89 with me for certain things...
                    yeah i have an 86 and an 89 floating around somewhere. i like to program formulas into the 86, that way i can just plug in a few numbers and i'm done
                    LINCOLN IDEALARC 250 TIG
                    LINCOLN SP100 MIG

                    15 TON X 4' VERSON PRESS
                    VINTAGE W.F AND JOHN BARNES 15" DRILL PRESS
                    WILTON C-2 BENCH VISE
                    HF 20 TON SHOP PRESS
                    TONS OF OTHER TOOLS

                    1956 FORD F-100
                    1986 OLDS CUTLASS
                    1969 PLYMOUTH ROADRUNNER
                    1993 DODGE DAKOTA
                    1994 DODGE DAKOTA
                    1998 FORD MUSTANG GT CONV.
                    2003 DODGE NEON

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by bikemonster View Post
                      Noticed that you beveled the edges of all the through holes. How did you do this, and how did you make them look so uniform? The whole thing looks machine made. Great job.
                      i just used a chamfering drill on a drill press after i drilled all of the holes.
                      it is a great tool to have around.
                      LINCOLN IDEALARC 250 TIG
                      LINCOLN SP100 MIG

                      15 TON X 4' VERSON PRESS
                      VINTAGE W.F AND JOHN BARNES 15" DRILL PRESS
                      WILTON C-2 BENCH VISE
                      HF 20 TON SHOP PRESS
                      TONS OF OTHER TOOLS

                      1956 FORD F-100
                      1986 OLDS CUTLASS
                      1969 PLYMOUTH ROADRUNNER
                      1993 DODGE DAKOTA
                      1994 DODGE DAKOTA
                      1998 FORD MUSTANG GT CONV.
                      2003 DODGE NEON

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                      • #26
                        Is a chamfering drill the same as a "countersinking"drill? I assume when you use the "countersinking" drill you stop short of countersinking. Trick Tools and MSC don't have "chamfering"drills, that I can find. Thanks and sorry if the questions seem stupid. All I can find is coutersinking drills.

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                        • #27
                          [QUOTE=bikemonster;220865]Is a chamfering drill the same as a "countersinking"drill? I assume when you use the "countersinking" drill you stop short of countersinking. Trick Tools and MSC don't have "chamfering"drills, that I can find. Thanks and sorry if the questions seem stupid. All I can find is coutersinking drills.[/QUOTE

                          there are no stupid questions. it is stupid not to ask.
                          yes it was a countersinking drill, i may have been calling by the wrong name
                          LINCOLN IDEALARC 250 TIG
                          LINCOLN SP100 MIG

                          15 TON X 4' VERSON PRESS
                          VINTAGE W.F AND JOHN BARNES 15" DRILL PRESS
                          WILTON C-2 BENCH VISE
                          HF 20 TON SHOP PRESS
                          TONS OF OTHER TOOLS

                          1956 FORD F-100
                          1986 OLDS CUTLASS
                          1969 PLYMOUTH ROADRUNNER
                          1993 DODGE DAKOTA
                          1994 DODGE DAKOTA
                          1998 FORD MUSTANG GT CONV.
                          2003 DODGE NEON

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                          • #28
                            Thank you for your response.

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                            • #29
                              A great idea and great workmanship.

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