made a set of handlebars for my harley

probably wont ever put them on my bike, but they fit and look kinda slick
for
a first stab at making handlebars. Take a looky see at
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i wonder if paul teatul sr. (american chopper) will hire me? : )
walt
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wallster
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Walt,
Sweet! Now chrome them and sell em on ebay!
Can't wait to get my welding shop set up.
Sincerely, Rich
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Rich
Don't chrome them! Leave them beautiful, flat black. You just have to wash chrome. ;)
rvb
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Rick Barter
Why make 'em if'n you aint goin to use 'em? Looks good!
Lane
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Lane
You're right! I HAD to put them on! (posted them on the page) walt
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wallster
Hay Wallster They look good! Did you reduce the diameter ~6" past the uprights, for greater strength toward the ctr? And also so regular grips would fit? Also how did you get that back finish? It looks better that rattle can flat black. Did U use an acid dip, like some tools are finished? (Like Allen keys & impact sockets) I'd thank my lucky stars if Paul Sr wouldn't hire me. If I wanted constant verbal abuse, I'd go back w/ my EX. He is useless; Jr has all he talent & does all the work. He's jealous & is just trying to justify his existence, sitting w/ his feet on the desk. Sr is a master gamer, playing Mikey & Coby off against Jr. all the time. He does anything he can do to stir s... up, like having Vinny sweep up in the middle of the day. I'm not saying that they shouldn't clean up @ the end of the day like any good shop does. He could just wake up & walk onto the floor & say, "Ok lets knock it off & go home. Vinny, you put the scrap in the scrap bucket & sweep up & mt the trash & Paully put the tools away & lock up everything, while I go & call my hair stylist. My coif has a lock out of place. Meet ya out front." No need for all the drama. Jr. is going to have to start his own custom shop, unless the 'ol man gets a sudden flash of sanity. Keep It up John
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John McGraw
'Cuz they're for a Harley. Everything's just for show.
Al Moore
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Alan Moore
What do dogs and a Harley have in common? They both like to ride in the back of pickup trucks!
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TheMan
ouch! I knew I should have kept the Triumph, D'OH! :) walt
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wallster
And they both mark their territory.
Gunner
That rifle hanging on the wall of the working-class flat or labourer's cottage is the symbol of democracy. It is our job to see that it stays there. - George Orwell
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Gunner
Are you guys talking about Hardly Ablesons?
RJ
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