Picked up a rad old fiber glass rd400 tank and a Honda replica seat for the road racer project. Tank may not be street legal, but it only weighs a couple pounds, so the trade of is worth it
OEM steel tank is only a couple of pounds; I don't get it...
73 Honda 350 Four. 22K on miles clear title Good pick up. Might be my 12 year old son's first restoration. If he doesn't have interest in it I most likely will get running and sell.
Got this Tool Box for $120. Needed something to keep all my mill tooling in, it was starting to pile up on my work benches and because I couldn't ever find the tooling I was looking for it was slowing me down. This toolbox has been a huge improvement. I purchased it a bit as petty revenge. I went into harbor freight to pickup one of those red rolling tool carts, I think they are $60 or $70. I took a slip to the register, the woman called a guy to bring the last one they had up to the register from the back, when he got up there a lady in line behind me thanked the guy and took the tool cart. I was royally pissed, I was standing at the register, and the girl at the register just shrugged her shoulders. So I went online and found this US General box, which is the same one Harbor Freight sells, but it was $40 cheaper than they sell them for.
That's a great photo. Cute kid.She'll treasure that photo years from now.
Alright, so I got the weigh in. Stock tank without cap and tap is right at 9 lbs. This tank with cap and taps is 3.4 lbs. Better?
Much better! If you don't have a use for the tank let me know.
What is all that white stuff all over the ground?
gluten free water flakes