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  1. crazydave58

    Home made leather bike tool bag

    Finished up another bag today. Brown dyed leather with oak side panels in colonial American stain and clear coat.
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    Home made leather bike tool bag

    I made another bike bag this week using dark walnut side panels clear coated.
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    Home made leather bike tool bag

    I decided to refurbish my first tool bag I made for my ruff cycle build. Changed the stitching and added some glass reflectors. Treated and polished the leather. Too much time on my hands. Lol
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    Home made leather bike tool bag

    I was bored so I decided to kill a few days and make another bag. Tried something new. Used ash wood for the side panels and decorated them with a couple of .357 cal. shell casings.
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    Home made leather bike tool bag

    Made another bag for a friend of mine.
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    Show me your cool little details! ~:The Little Things:~

    My glass reflectors on my Moulton
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    Bikes on bridges

    1965 Moulton. First test ride with new crankset and 5 speed sturmey archer hub and new chain, sealed BB
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    Moulton 4 Speed

    Recently acquired and refurbished this 65 Moulton 4 speed. Powder coated cream, new tires,handlebars and stem, hand stitched leather grips. Cool little bike and rides nice!
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    Ruff Lucky frame electric build

    The first set I made were more of a prototype and I wasn’t totally satisfied with them. I made a few minor mistakes when cutting the steel .They worked fine but as usual I started thinking about how I could improve them. Plate steel is cheap and I got plenty of time on my hands so I figured why...
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    Ruff Lucky frame electric build

    Decided to make an improved version of rear dropouts.
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    Ruff Lucky frame electric build

    Lowered the bars 3 cm as well and lowered the seat
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    Ruff Lucky frame electric build

    So I wanted to stretch the frame out on my bike and bring the rear tire back 5 or 6 inches. The rear drop outs on this lucky frame are bolted on so I got some 1/4 inch plate steel and cut a pair of longer drop outs. the stays widen out so I thought maybe I would put on a 4 inch back tire. Got it...
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    Ruff Lucky frame electric build

    Trying out some straighter bars
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    Ruff Lucky frame electric build

    They are 65 mm rims...got them from ruff cycles as well as the tires
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    El Guapo Down (need Felt hub advice - please)

    nows your chance to upgrade to a 3 speed hub..
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    Before & After Pics

    Amazing! How did you get that high gloss shine?
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    1964 Moulton Stowaway

    Yeah ..I wasn’t looking to do anymore restorations either but they are rare to find where I live and the guy who had it wasn’t into bikes. The bike was in pretty good shape as it was so I figured I should give it some well deserved TLC, and now I’m glad I grabbed it.
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    1964 Moulton Stowaway

    Yes. I believe that’s true..mine was built in the original factory as far as I know..it wasn’t used much I dont think...I haven’t detected any issues with cracks in any part of the bike. It really is in remarkable condition for being 56 years old.
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    1964 Moulton Stowaway

    Finished for now..all clean, waxed and polished
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    Rust removal

    So I tried fine steel wool, w40 and krud kutter. Got most of the rust off the frame and fenders. Gave it a good waxing. I’m satisfied for now with the results.