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On 1/7/2020 at 7:28 PM, Belugawrx said:

Nice stuff JC , 

Great thread with the added video entertainment !

Cheers

I enjoy learning about the subject, glad you enjoy the videos as well Bruce.

22 hours ago, LL3 Model Worx said:

This is gonna be a stellar build!

Thanks Leroy

7 hours ago, Dann Tier said:

Let the MAGIC begin!!!!

Said the Wizard himself. :)

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On 1/9/2020 at 8:42 AM, Shelby 427 1965 said:

Love this. I had the idea to try and tackle this years ago but I knew I'd not do it half the justice you are.

Keep at it! B)

Thanks Tomo.

On 1/9/2020 at 1:26 PM, dublin boy said:

Missed this completly JC. Excellent work,

 

Stefan Roser was a lunatic! lol

He definitely was driving on the edge Shay.  Thanks.

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8 minutes ago, Scott8950 said:

That looks really good!! How do you get the bends? 

I use solid rod (not tubing) and bend it with my fingers or round needle nose pliers.  I then heat the bend over a candle to release the tension and set the shape.  I melt plastic bits in liquid cement and use it as weld on the joints.  Super glue can work too but can be brittle if you have to make adjustments.  Various files help me cleanup the joint.

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1 hour ago, afx said:

I use solid rod (not tubing) and bend it with my fingers or round needle nose pliers.  I then heat the bend over a candle to release the tension and set the shape.  I melt plastic bits in liquid cement and use it as weld on the joints.  Super glue can work too but can be brittle if you have to make adjustments.  Various files help me cleanup the joint.

 

It all looks so simple - the sign of a master! Very interesting ?

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4 hours ago, afx said:

I use solid rod (not tubing) and bend it with my fingers or round needle nose pliers.  I then heat the bend over a candle to release the tension and set the shape.  I melt plastic bits in liquid cement and use it as weld on the joints.  Super glue can work too but can be brittle if you have to make adjustments.  Various files help me cleanup the joint.

 DSCN4758

 

thanks

 

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6 hours ago, Dann Tier said:

I hate making roll cages, lol.....yours is looking Great, Bud!!!

Cages are tedius but making seat belts are even worse!

6 hours ago, Pete75 said:

It all looks so simple - the sign of a master! Very interesting ?

Thanks Peter.

5 hours ago, geetee66 said:

Top quality work. I always enjoy watching your builds progress. Such excellent attention to detail. I love it.

Thanks Guy.

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