picture of your homemade tools

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Build bikes to ride, not to look at!
Nice job on the shrinker/stretcher stand. the foot pedals make life easier
 

HerrDeacon

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Nice idea for a thread Brad. Here's a spring compressor I made for disassembling shocks.



Stores away neatly.


 

AndrewDoesHair

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Not tools for motorbikes, but here is a planing jig I made to flatten and thickness plane wide boards


I made my router table myself. It's about $20 worth of 2x4 and MDF.
 

CresentSon

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bradj said:
T anvils and a small break that will bend up to 1/4 inch if you got the balls to move it
That's why I like you brad. I was twisting my brain because there had to be a reason. Your sheet metal stake kit looks a lot like mine. All you need is a railroad track anvil.
 

HerrDeacon

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I could have used a brake yesterday when I was bending up a license plate bracket. Got it done but not as neat as it would have been with a brake, great idea.
 

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CrescentSon said:
That's why I like you brad. I was twisting my brain because there had to be a reason. Your sheet metal stake kit looks a lot like mine. All you need is a railroad track anvil.
how many ya want and its funny that thats the only reason ya like me. im kinda fond of your avatar so we'll call that my reason
 

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HerrDeacon said:
I could have used a brake yesterday when I was bending up a license plate bracket. Got it done but not as neat as it would have been with a brake, great idea.
it three sections of angle and a paino hinge i lent it to a guy and he left it outside for six months and science took over so now i got a rusty tool
 

CresentSon

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I'm surprised my avatar is enough to overwhelm all my faults. That's the nicest thing you've ever said to me. ;)
 

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DreadRock said:
Built to pull the shrowds off the shocks ..
ive seen those shock hell i owned those shocks hahaha funny how parts enter the circle and never really leave
 

CCRider

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My blast cabinet. OSB plywood, glass from the door of a discarded microwave oven, and a blast gun I found on the clearance table at Lowe's for a dollar:



 
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