Clocks

hallin222

aka: HonkyKong
EDITED WITH BETTER PHOTOS:

Quite possibly the easiest 'art' to make with old motorcyle parts. This has been done a thousand times before, but I did it again anyway. I like functional stuff rather than dust collecting 'art', so I stole some AA battery powered clock mechanisms form some old cheap wall clocks and made the following a while ago:

Harley-Davidson TwinCam clutch cover and clutch spring. I just glued the spring (which just happens to have 12 tangs,making them a great choice for clocks) to the cast aluminum cover via industrial adhesive. I also sanded the chrome cover to a dull finish for a more attractive look.

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Harley-Davidson brake rotor, circa 2000-2008(?), with an Evolution timer cover in the center. If you look closely, you can see then "V2" embossed in the center.

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Another photo of the same piece.

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TommyRocker

Been Around the Block
Very cool, the top one definitely worked out perfect. I think the rotor is more aesthetically pleasing, though.
 

hallin222

aka: HonkyKong
The clutch cover looks better in person. I'll try to take some real camera photos soon. 1st posted now edited.
 

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