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Well the material will be spendy, and it would probably be worth looking into somewhere with a waterjet to cut all the pieces out. A few years ago metalsupermarket charged $60/hr for waterjet. That would by far be the least expensive route to go. As for welding you'll probably need to look up...
Truing stand is almost done. It's using 6002 bearings, and will have a 15mm hard chrome linear bearing shaft. Shaft should be here tomorrow, cones are aluminum to test it and I can always make steel ones later.
I've eliminated 14 squirrels in less than a week. They haven't tried to get back in the attic since I started popping them, but if they are on my roof or in 1 of my trees I'll shoot them. I'm out of the colobri 22, so pellet gun is doing the job.
Yeah, that's why I went from trying to trap them to just shooting them. If you trap them you have to move them atleast 3 miles or they just come back. The trap wasn't working and I don't want to spend money fixing things they tear up. So 13 squirrels have met their end, and I'll keep...
It's not bike related, but it quickly took care of the squirrels in the attic. And before I picked this up I tried a live trap and glue traps, and got 1. I've been trying to just trap them for a month, and after picking up this gamo the problem went away in under 24hrs.
Well, plastics got here, but I can only install the front fender. Subframe is too bent to even remotely line up the side panels or rear fender. Luckily there was a NOS subframe on ebay so it's ordered.
Well, here's an update. Got lights up, got the built in bench out, fixed up the parts washer, had to get a new VFD for the mill, and had to bring my tool cart home when I left the motorcycle dealer to work as a machinist for the FAA.