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  • wood jig ...................

    here's a couple pictures of a wood jig I made for an aluminum headache rack/bull board prodject I'm doing. 5/8" MDF(medium desity fiberboard) and strait J grade 2x4's. the table and bench grinder stand are temporary so please try your best not to laugh too hard ....................................
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    pictures........................................

    more pictures for all you picture junkies ...........................................
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    • #3
      pictures ..........

      I know what your thinking ..........................just a couple more.lol
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      • #4
        Good use of your head . Nothing wrong with the table , not everyone has a fancy welding table Dan

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        • #5
          pictures ................

          two more thats it ...........................more more more more
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          • #6
            Okay... who was the wise guy that covered 'em up? BTW... nice job on the jugs...er...jig.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Goodhand View Post
              Okay... who was the wise guy that covered 'em up? BTW... nice job on the jugs...er...jig.
              NO tape on tits. Hurts to take it off.

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              • #8
                nice jig.
                i think i would have used screws instead or nails though. essayer to adjust and re-use.
                or are they screw's ??

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                • #9
                  They are Screws

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                  • #10
                    ya .......they are screws. long suckers. pilot holes were drilled first, then I sunk the long screws in. nails lol .... never in a million years would I use nails. come on people ................................lol. I couldn't imagine someone using nails. wait .........ya I can ...................ha ha ha ha ha.
                    Last edited by Dustyhaze75; 02-05-2008, 09:09 AM.

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                    • #11
                      Nice jig setup, sometimes we are better with a small work space, the more room we have, the more junk we buy and the more we accumulate

                      oh yes, nice motorcycle pics

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