Well, it did work right up until the pressure broke it in half.I like your GOOP idea, I hope it works because some of us might need to try the same thing. BTW, I might have missed it but where did you get the GOOP from? I haven't seen it around here.
I'm sure that the tanks could be made to fit any girls frame with a little ingenuity, but it lines up best with either a Spaceliner, Flightliner or a Columbia like this one. I have also discovered that it will work on certain Rollfast frames. Without seeing your frame, it's hard to say how well it might fit.Could this tank fit an old female Schwinn frame with a little work? And if so, how much do they run and where can you purchase this tank?
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I'm learning that too. I need to pace mine out more. Learning lots of cool things from this build..I like the way experienced builders, pace out there builds.
Nice and flush
Thanks!Fender looks cool.
Punny."Breaking the mold" as usual with your build.
I think now that all I needed was the underside of the buck to achieve the shape.I'm learning that too. I need to pace mine out more. Learning lots of cool things from this build..
That goop die worked well. Looks like it got you most of the way anyways. I'd like to try to make a duck tail on a fender with some method like that. You did something similar on the Buzzard too but I can't remember what the die/buck was made of.
Like the photo collage deals....I'll probably be stealing that idea as well.