RRBBO13 Project All In

Discussion in 'BUILD OFF 13 BUILD JOURNALS' started by ADRNLN, May 1, 2018.

  1. ADRNLN

    ADRNLN

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    Yep, they make polishing SUPER FAST. I use them all the time at work. I weld and polish food-grade stainless steel equipment.
     
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    image.jpg Got tubes!
     
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    Whoah, that’s tight. My front end fits. Now, to check the rear...
     

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    :whew:Yikes, got lucky. I have about .250” clearance. I had to air down to get the axle to clear, then air back up.
     

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    It’s a roller!!

    I need to trim .65” off the kick stand, but I’m done for today.

    Anyone want to see it
    mocked up?

    Still need:
    -Finish tail light, wiring, switch and bracket
    -Fabrication of rear fender
    -Order chain
    -Find different neck, grips, chain ring, cranks
    -Pull apart and send frame off for pinstripes
    :43:
     
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  6. Glen

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    Now that's just a silly question that I'm not going to dignify with an answer o_O

    Glen.
     
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    I’m too impatient sometimes. Here is a cluttered photo for you to sort through.

    Thanks for following along.

    Now to pull it back apart so I can keep going.

    EFFBF904-0371-4B9D-BE2B-4D687C7DCDC5.jpeg
     
  8. kingfish254

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    The fatty wheels/tires look great on there.
     
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    ^ +1 on the fattness!
     
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    I just found tall bars and looks so much better. It’s going to be a sweet ride. :cool2:
     
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    Beautiful. Keep those wheels nice and true.
     
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    6AA0F55B-E3FF-494C-850E-616F5F1AE68B.jpeg Working on the tail light wiring today.
     
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    I drilled a new hole for the wire so I can use the existing hole to mount the light. Used Monster Cable speaker wire dressing to pretty it up.
     

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    Schwinn made this vent hole for welding the frame. I am going to open it up and rout the wire internally to the seat. This cat 5 cable has a thick jacket for me to maneuver through the bottom bracket, but I want it to hold up over time and miles.
     

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    Snip!!
     

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    image.jpg image.jpg Not bad. My one-piece crank has plenty of space.
     
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    image.jpg It’s hard to see, but I added some grommets to the holes in the bottom bracket. I used a c-clamp to smash JB weld epoxy and the wire against the side-wall. While that cures, I’m going to hack off that kick stand and blend the base to the frame mount.
     
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    image.jpg Wow. Not as much room as I thought for this button.
     
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    image.jpg Maybe these should be used somewhere....
     
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    Those are really nice beads
     

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