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cascao

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The impeller of my motorcycle had better days...and shipping from france to brasil take too much time. So making one was the obvious choice since i'm a hobby machinist.



 
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Good job. What is the bike?
 

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Nice going. that is why we have these expensive tools...so we can get great satisfaction from our efforts.

David
 

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Cool, let us know how it works out. Cheers, Mike
 

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Now you can go back to doing all that insane rock jumping/balancing, feet up stop u-eys, and other impossible maneuvering stuff.
 

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I'm an avid motorcyclists. Raced motocross when it first came to the USA in the 60's (on a BSA 441 Victor), do desert riding, off-road adventure riding, enduros, hare scrambles, etc. But when I was loaned a trials bike for a couple of months I about killed myself. Daily. Every time I tried a maneuver.
The pros make it look so graceful and flowing when in fact it is incredibly difficult. I admire anyone who makes the effort to learn to ride a trials bike.
 

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Love cycle ridding.... Check out the new Zero electric bikes...
 

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See how I used an hex bar to indicate the milling. This simple approach helped a lot.
 
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