Quality assurance and field stress testing, I like that.I finished the frame. It is now 3 shades of green. I had a little hunter green from painting my trailer so that is what I "touched up" the frame with. Used an old brush I had laying around but if I didn't have one I would have used a broom. Jukadi is all about function, using whatcha got and not bothering to make it look pretty. Next up, put on some old wheels and take it out an the trails and see if it breaks, then finish building the wheels I intend to try and use (assuming it doesn't break).
I enjoy most of the Keweenaw brews. All the other local micro brews have too many hops for my taste. The cans have cool folk art pictures on them, which is a nice change. I counted 7 different Keweenaw Brewing Company beers in the store last night when I bought the Pale Ale. I didn't realize they made so many varieties. They now have a seasonal beer.Yooperman sometimes provides me with Keweenaw barley pop.
I doubt you were forced.
It is mostly a U.P. And Northern Lower Michigan beer, but I did see it last year in a big beer store in Green Bay Wi. It is all over the U.P.I gave not seen Keweenaw Brewing Company beers here in WI, heard some guy in IL got in trouble selling Spotted Cow a WI beer there. Is there such a thing as beer only being sold in its home state?
Yes, I also understand toxic fumes are released from the plating, so I always grind the plating off the weld area.My welding buddy told me that my weld would have been stronger if I would have ground off the chrome before welding. I figured that with enough heat I would have just burned through the chrome but not so.