- Jan 15, 2016
Thanks! I know there's going to be a lot of stress in that area. Figure if I have a tight fit I'll increase the odds of getting at least a couple areas with strong welds. I'd love to get into TIG. There's even a maker space nearby that I've used in the past for powder coating. Like a club membership with training and every kind of metal working machinery imaginable. Some day.Killer fitment. You have patience for sure... i tend to cheat short taper grafts just to avoid the amount of time... but the outcome is worth it.. very cool.
*edit... get it finished with a tig and leave the welds... no reason hide that kind of work! Itll lool slick regaurdless and gives other fabricators something to stop and drop jaw at
Thanks. For the price of a few pieces of 1x1 tubing and some clamps the jig seems to be working well. The proof will be once it's standing on it's own with the wheels.I like your jig set up. Looks like you have some nice curvy tubing for your rear 'triangle'....although using the word 'angle' on your build is a stretch! Everything flows nicely!
Thanks! I'll bet you're not as worried as I am about the strength . The tight clearances to the crank and sprocket ought to act as a good gauge to any deformation!Looks awesome, but the strength of it worries me, I know there is added tubes to run yet though!