back at you! Enjoy touring!
Thanks! Thinking the tank is a couple of extra miles based on effort expended. I’m lost in the ‘30s-‘40s at this point...skiptooth is what it’s all about. Getting something working thats older than me is a challenge I like.Looks really good. The tank is the extra mile that makes it a contender. I've got the same chainring, but all barked up on my '53 Spitfire. I'm thinking about moving into the 60's and ditching the skiptooth...
Sent from the edge of an alternate universe...
Better days ahead!Love to see the shadows on that cleaning supply tray! Bring it on! We've got near 80 scheduled for Thurs - Fri next week.
Love the louvres!!! Thanks, I have no idea on how to make them.
Love the louvres!
I posted in @OddJob 's thread how a guy on the H.A.M.B. did some home made louvres... http://www.ratrodbikes.com/forum/in...the-backforty-pg-6.108692/page-7#post-1105036Love the louvres!!! Thanks, I have no idea on how to make them.
Love the louvres!
Thanks! Go for it. With some planning and patience it can be done. Beats buying a pricey original one at this point.Fantastic build so far ! Really want to build a tank for my 34 D.P Harris now.
Thanks for reposting the “how to” sample. That would be icing on the cake but looks like it would take some time to perfect the jig and fixtures not to mention another tank.I posted in @OddJob 's thread how a guy on the H.A.M.B. did some home made louvres... http://www.ratrodbikes.com/forum/in...the-backforty-pg-6.108692/page-7#post-1105036
Ps: You could be that someone too
Sometimes you can learn by others’ mistakes. Part of the fun with these builds is showing the weird stuff we do. I did spend 33 years in a classroom plus more years working with architectural interns. One of my best and influential teachers was my HS Industrial Arts teacher.We're all learning from you. Once a teacher, always a teacher! Stay dry.
Go for it show your tooling or loan it to me.You just keep posting those things, and now even I'm considering those louvres...
Thanks! How are things in the Windy City?Lots of Cool happing here! Keep up the great work.