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    What's above your lightning? Looks like a 72 ish cutlass?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 03ozwhip View Post
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    Might as well update this thread with the powdercoated beyond keychain as well. Figured I'd go bright as fuuuck

    Ha that's cool!
    I can only muster the punch line of the clever joke formulation in my head and it's:
    "Zed's dead, Baby. Zed's dead."

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    Quote Originally Posted by brucebanner View Post
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    What's above your lightning? Looks like a 72 ish cutlass?
    Close! Its a 70 rallye 350

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThePenIsMightier View Post
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    Ha that's cool!
    I can only muster the punch line of the clever joke formulation in my head and it's:
    "Zed's dead, Baby. Zed's dead."
    Haha thanks man

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    How big is your oven? I'm assuming that you can't fit that BMW into a kitchen oven. haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by benyl View Post
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    How big is your oven? I'm assuming that you can't fit that BMW into a kitchen oven. haha.
    @benyl I cant fit a car, no lol the oven is actually built out of a stand up fridge. So depending on the shape, I can fit things about 40ish inches long, 25 inches wide and a little less than that deep.

    Biggest wheels I've done so far are the 19s, im hoping to do my 22s, we will see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 03ozwhip View Post
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    @benyl I cant fit a car, no lol the oven is actually built out of a stand up fridge. So depending on the shape, I can fit things about 40ish inches long, 25 inches wide and a little less than that deep.

    Biggest wheels I've done so far are the 19s, im hoping to do my 22s, we will see.
    Weird. must be autocorrect. I meant to say "bike" frame. So home grown oven eh? cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by benyl View Post
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    Weird. must be autocorrect. I meant to say "bike" frame. So home grown oven eh? cool.
    Oh haha ya we used a regular oven for a while because we were just doing small shit, but you could say things are getting pretty serious now lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by 03ozwhip View Post
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    Close! Its a 70 rallye 350

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    Aluminum skid plates for a rare. So many pieces to do.



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    Here's the rest of the skid plates, only pic of one done, but these are the last 2 pieces. I think there were 8 total.




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    Pics of oven!
    Machining, Fabricating, Welding etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by legendboy View Post
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    Pics of oven!
    Here you go @legendboy

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    @03ozwhip That is pretty cool man... What kind of temps do you run with a set up like that? How controlled is everything?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tirebob View Post
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    @03ozwhip That is pretty cool man... What kind of temps do you run with a set up like that? How controlled is everything?
    @tirebob We've found out the hard way that it runs to at least 600 lol it is still controlled exactly like an oven on bake. The thermostat works perfect and the digital display tells the exact temp.

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    My crash bar brackets broke on my bike, so i welded them back up sandblasted the chrome(best I could) and powdercoated it. It looks so much better. Slowly alot of the chrome will be removed and coated on the entire bike.

    Edit: I should mention this is the first thing I've done that was chrome, not sure how it will hold up. It went on really well, so the sandblasting may have just been enough to scratch it up for adhesion.




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    Is that street sign legit stolen from Yellowknife or is it a reproduction?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxx Mazda View Post
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    Is that street sign legit stolen from Yellowknife or is it a reproduction?
    No comment? Lol

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    I grew up there, they sell em at gift shops all over town lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sentry View Post
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    I grew up there, they sell em at gift shops all over town lol.
    Ya, well knowing who got it prior, I dont see that as the case lol this particular sign is at least 40 years old

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