Am I not a lucky bastard, have had the pleasure of spending 13 hours non-stop in the workshop today. A day filled with fun (eh, OK Knuckle buster?), filing, welding, lathe work and more welding and filing.
Well seriously, a lot of work done and I am really pleased with wath is gained today. Tomorrow is another day, hope to score the same amount of fun and exitement then :-)
!!! If anyone know a source for new frame neck bearing cups and races, please let me know. Mine are in desperate need of replacement.
mandag 7. februar 2011
48 Panhead progression
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Etiketter: 48 Panhead project
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I was just thinking about how I would love to have a real garage. I seem to have enough crap to fill it up, a couple of motorcycles, boxes of parts, lots and lots of tools, and all of it sits in some pretty pathetic places. I can't start a real project with nowhere to do the work. It's pretty lame.SvarSlett
Feels pretty damned good to get things done, though, doesn't it? I can't say I've done anything as large or satisfying, but rebuilding carbs and replacing head gaskets takes a bit of time, and when it's all back together and running better than ever I sure feel damned good about it.
Behind Bars - Motorcycles and Life
Hi Brady, thanks for your comment. I agree, space is important, workbench(es), tools, time etc. Problem is this easily gets like a spiral wich when entered make you feel you never get enough of any of the above mentioned, as it might be with bikes too.SvarSlett
I have quite a few feets of workbenches, but hardly any space on any as there are long therm projects spread all over, damned.
On the other hand I have a young friend Geir here locally restoring a FN in a garden shed as tiny as my daughters old doll house. He keeps both his bike, tools, lathe and drill press in there and get stuff done too. Its organised.