I get not knowing, but I can't for the life of me understand not trying. It's only metal it can be fixed. Man up and risk a mistake in exchange for a lesson.
I can attest a few things to this thread. Talent aside (he definitely has it), there is a lot more to be said about the guy than that. What I will go into as far as this goes is the character of the man. I had never met Junior until barbers this year. He PMed me shortly before the event and asked if it would be alright if he came and stayed with the crew. From the time that he got here until the time that he left he was nothing but a stand up guy. He was always right there helping wherever it was needed and had a huge smile on his face while he did it. He is just a real dude. It is one thing to have the talent, but quite another to have a heart of gold to go along with it. I admire him and appreciate him for that. Guys like him and Sean keep my faith in our little world when we are seemingly swamped with trends and images. I love the dude to death.
Roc City, it quit being a hobby for me long ago,but I know exactly what you are talking about and appreciate the advice.I've been in construction for over 12 years and would rather stress over cycle parts anyday than guys not showing up,equipment going down,and contractors crying they want their job done yesterday.Kanticoy ,thanks for those wonderful words and I could say the exact same about you Brother. The love is mutual and I wouldn't of had the amazing experience i had at Barber if it wasn't for you.Thanks again for that. Ltgeorge,sorry but there isn't a rusty 2in1 exhaust i posted. But there is a dual exhaust that is Xed in the middle coming out of both sides of the tail built out of brand new tubing. All from straight tubing that was all piecut. Sorry to dissapoint you.