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  1. tjwilson

    Tweaker's Rehab - Continued

    Thanks again for the comments. @RustyGold, here's an action shot. As reference for overall size I'm about 5'8".
  2. tjwilson

    Tweaker's Rehab - Continued

    The Final Shots Back to an old standby location for photos. I think I've shot nearly all bikes I've built here. It's just too close and convenient to pass on and I always like the results. Hope you enjoy the images.
  3. tjwilson

    Tweaker's Rehab - Continued

    Thanks everyone for the comments and support. It's great to get encouragement from builders who's work I admire.
  4. tjwilson

    Tweaker's Rehab - Continued

    Hopefully won't be six plus months before I can get some final assembled shots posted.
  5. tjwilson

    Tweaker's Rehab - Continued

    Seat Cover
  6. tjwilson

    Tweaker's Rehab - Continued

    Rear Reflector
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    Tweaker's Rehab - Continued

    Front Reflector
  8. tjwilson

    Tweaker's Rehab - Continued

    Shifter
  9. tjwilson

    Tweaker's Rehab - Continued

    Spring Top Covers Before: After:
  10. tjwilson

    Tweaker's Rehab - Continued

    Springer Leg Ends I had left these kinda unfinished and wanted to clean up the ends a little.
  11. tjwilson

    Tweaker's Rehab - Continued

    Wheel Lacing
  12. tjwilson

    Tweaker's Rehab - Continued

    Chain Guard
  13. tjwilson

    Tweaker's Rehab - Continued

    Fork Final Welds In the earlier images the forks were only tack welded along their length. They'd been cut to narrow the width. This shows the weld and smoothing of those cuts. Still some scratches visible but close enough.
  14. tjwilson

    Tweaker's Rehab - Continued

    Fender Some weld gap fills and cleanup. Before: After: Front Gap Fill and Smooth:
  15. tjwilson

    Tweaker's Rehab - Continued

    Seat / Fender Sissy Bar Attachment Just a bolt on detail that was more difficult to accurately position than I initially thought it was going to be.
  16. tjwilson

    Tweaker's Rehab - Continued

    Six Months Later... Guess it's actually a little over six! A bit of irony I suppose that a build named "Tweaker's Rehab" would be nearly worked to death from endless tweaking. Opportunities to move things along, document, and post progress have been few and far between. Didn't want to totally...
  17. tjwilson

    Tweaker's Rehab - Continued

    Overview Shots Phew... so that wraps up this lightning round update.
  18. tjwilson

    Tweaker's Rehab - Continued

    Handlebars and Springer Fork
  19. tjwilson

    Tweaker's Rehab - Continued

    Rebound Springs and Caps Improvised vertical lathe. Final plug weld/springer leg extension. Springer legs, perch and springs.
  20. tjwilson

    Tweaker's Rehab - Continued

    Upper Spring Perch The spring ends needed to be ground to fit flat against the perch. Clamped in position for welding. Final weld up.
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