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Old 09-18-2016, 08:01 AM   #76 (permalink)
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What the hell are those and the others? Motorcycle stands?
Exercise apparatuses lol..Slap some plates on em an start walking..
The other are Paralette bars ..Body weight work out basically.
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Old 09-18-2016, 02:20 PM   #78 (permalink)
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Just a minor embelshment. If everything was totally different then it would be the truth.
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Exercise apparatuses lol..Slap some plates on em an start walking..
The other are Paralette bars ..Body weight work out basically.
Did you make the brackets or buy them?
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Old 09-19-2016, 05:54 AM   #81 (permalink)
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Exercise apparatuses lol..Slap some plates on em an start walking..
The other are Paralette bars ..Body weight work out basically.
Nice!! I like your paralette bars. I made these safety arms for my gym.
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Nice!! I like your paralette bars. I made these safety arms for my gym.
Nice! Its not often I see anyone stay within a rack or within the reach of safeties like those. Good to see someone uses them!
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Old 09-19-2016, 08:34 AM   #83 (permalink)
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Nice! Its not often I see anyone stay within a rack or within the reach of safeties like those. Good to see someone uses them!
He was actually doing dead stop front squats off them in the picture , but they will get used as safety arms as well.
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I bought the rear axle setup for this off ebay 20 years ago, finally put it together with a bike I got at Target clearanced dirt cheap about 10 years ago. I laced the spokes in the rear hubs using old spokes and rims from another bike. I'm waiting on a freewheel I ordered for the rear axle to add a motor now.

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Doggy steps for the oldest niece



Bunk beds for my middle nieces.



Toybox the the youngest Niece.



I'm building two of these. One for me and one for my brother's FIL. He supplied the propane tank.



Ive build 8 or so of these coolers.

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Old 09-19-2016, 09:45 AM   #86 (permalink)
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Did you make the brackets or buy them?
Made them, cut on the waterjet.
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Old 09-19-2016, 11:31 AM   #87 (permalink)
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Yeah... Except that 10mm

Ooooh... And that 14mm

And, and that dammed 15mm

Oh, and shit, that 18mm too.
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14mm = 9/16"

yeah its pretty close, 9/16ths is a hair bigger. but the once every 4 months i actually use on can usually break the nut free with a full size wrench and use the shorty the rest of the way. also 13/16ths is a 18mm.... pretty tight though. or am i think 19mm?
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yeah its pretty close, 9/16ths is a hair bigger. but the once every 4 months i actually use on can usually break the nut free with a full size wrench and use the shorty the rest of the way. also 13/16ths is a 18mm.... pretty tight though. or am i think 19mm?
3/4 and 19mm are similar.
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3/4 and 19mm are similar.

maybe im thinking of 13/16ths and 21mm then. that sounds about right i lost my 21mm a long time ago and use the 13/16ths on a lot of brake caliper brackets
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maybe im thinking of 13/16ths and 21mm then. that sounds about right i lost my 21mm a long time ago and use the 13/16ths on a lot of brake caliper brackets
Yes 13/16 works for 21 mm but is tight.
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Doggy steps for the oldest niece



Bunk beds for my middle nieces.



Toybox the the youngest Niece.



I'm building two of these. One for me and one for my brother's FIL. He supplied the propane tank.



Ive build 8 or so of these coolers.

Do you do work for others? I found a bed I'd like to have made for my son but me and woodworking don't get along.
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Old 09-19-2016, 01:39 PM   #92 (permalink)
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He was actually doing dead stop front squats off them in the picture , but they will get used as safety arms as well.
He gets lower than me - I have to focus to get below parallel. I'll be working on it tonight as it appears there are a ton of front squats, Romanian DLs, and burpees over bar waiting for me after some bear complex work.
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Do you do work for others? I found a bed I'd like to have made for my son but me and woodworking don't get along.
Maybe. I'm pretty slow though. The princess bed was about 4 months.

What are you wanting?
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Maybe. I'm pretty slow though. The princess bed was about 4 months.

What are you wanting?
Something like this but without the seats.
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Something like this but without the seats.
For something like that, I would say the best way to build it would be to buy a bunk bed you like, then just attach the skin to it. It would be cheaper, and much easier to move around. Making the princess bed come apart in small enough pieces to go through a door was a huge challenge.

I'm not sure about that visor over the windshield either, that looks like a good platform for your kids to practice their swan dives.

Otherwise its doable.
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For something like that, I would say the best way to build it would be to buy a bunk bed you like, then just attach the skin to it. It would be cheaper, and much easier to move around. Making the princess bed come apart in small enough pieces to go through a door was a huge challenge.

I'm not sure about that visor over the windshield either, that looks like a good platform for your kids to practice their swan dives.

Otherwise its doable.
That's a good idea.
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yeah its pretty close, 9/16ths is a hair bigger. but the once every 4 months i actually use on can usually break the nut free with a full size wrench and use the shorty the rest of the way. also 13/16ths is a 18mm.... pretty tight though. or am i think 19mm?
7/8" can be used on a 22mm
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