TOOLS FOR BIKE BUILDERS

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  1. valy

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    polishing the chanel
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    I hope you guys enjoy my work and you like what I do hire :D it is come more picture with tork arms for my other bikes .
    I will start to buildthem next week :D :wink:
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    hello guys today I have picture with pipe cut with my notcher .I build my self a home made water cooling with a mini pool pump and a shower handel :D
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    my notcher is working perfect and I m very very happy with it :D :D :D
    maybe I will start to build some tube notchers to sell :D :lol: :?:
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    hello guys I have more pictures with new tork arms :D
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    I can build diferent models easy to fit in yours drops off .if you send me a picture with each side.
    the picture must to be cleare and in detail :D
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    Valy, would you mind giving me some basic dimension on the two main plates?? such as leght, width ???
    Thanks
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    hello hondataeh6 it is not a fix dimension you can have any dimension what you wish .
    but if you like mine plates they are 200mm x 70,5mm x 15mm and 240mm x 60mm x 12mm :D
    sorry I wos late with ansure.
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    do you think that pump would work for a parts washer?
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    what about the cutter shaft, can you post more picture on it??

    Thanks
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    hello guys
    X-RAY do you talk aboute my mini pool pump what I use for water cooling
    I use the pump for the notcher and for drillind and milling machine
    sorry but I dont understund what is a parts washer I m very bad in english :oops: :oops:
    you can translate for me in pictures or drawing please.
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    hello honda you can go back to the pictures I have some there but if you want some details tell me what you want and I will took some pictures for you with wich details you wish to see :) take a picture of the shaft and draw in paint some arows with direction of the detail you want to see :) kindly Valy
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    hello guys
    some guys want to know what I use for polish aluminiun or steinless steel
    here I have some tools what I use now for the moment
    when I will have a garage I will build one automatic for polishing pipes in one go. :)
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    polish machine for cars with variable rotation
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    first time I use sand paper brush from 60,80,120 to take away the welding ecses
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    second time I use sand paper brush 120 and after 350
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    and the last I use the wool disk or textil material disk.with polish paste. red or brown is for steinless steel and wite paste for aluminium
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    hello guys
    here I have some picture with polish steps,
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    this cost 300 sw kr
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    you can see more polishing work when I build the aluminium tork arm in a page 3 of this topic :) :)come more picture later :)
    kindly Valy
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    Valy, I would like to see picture on how you attached the quick change chuck to the shaft. I got started on mine yesterday. I knocked out the drilling shaft base, I will post pictures on my progress on monday...
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    hello guys
    today I start to polish the frame pipes for my new bike :)
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    Heres some pictures of the parts i got done last friday and today...

    Main cutter Block...
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    The back of the main cutter block...
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    Shaft Guide adapter block
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    Back of the shaft guide adapter...
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    Cutter Shaft Guide. I still need to ream this for the bearings... I could have left this as a rectangle but i wanted try some surface milling...
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    This is how i will attach the actual cutter guide block to the adapter, these are threaded holes...
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    Shaft guide and adapter bolted together...
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    All tree parts together...
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    Im still waiting on some parts... but I will update when I get some more parts done...
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    hello hondataeg6 you did a very good job there :shock: looks like original one :)
    you will have sow mutch fun with it :D :D :D Im very impressed :roll: continue puting more picture
    Valy
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    hello guys
    here i have some pictures what you wish :D
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    Thanks for the compliments. i just hope it works just as the original :lol:. Those pictures are just what i needed thanks, know i just have to wait for the precision shaft, and a couple bearing to get here.
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    You have shown us a very good set of materials you need for your bike. They seem to be very durable especially the steels. Welding will do an important role in the fixing of garage things like this.
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    hello guys
    because I dont have a lathe [yet :D ] I have to build a tool to cut my drops off with my press drill :idea:
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    I will use lathe cutters but you can use and others :idea:
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    you can use one or 2 cutters in and out
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    next days I will show you guys how this cutter works :D :idea:
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    hello guys
    I promis picture with my build fly cutter hire i cut my drops off :)
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