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#26 2011-02-05 11:14pm

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schroed wrote:

If you look close you can see the cranks my buddy made for my son. He also made the polycarbonate chainring on there too.

http://i1214.photobucket.com/albums/cc4 … 3a1f31.jpg

Here are the pedals that he made as well.

http://i1214.photobucket.com/albums/cc4 … 88c39d.jpg

Initials E and S for his name. They are made out of high density plastic and the spindles are custom titanium.

wow nice stuff


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#27 2011-02-06 12:39am

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Hey squirellsmith and ournumbers, thanks for the comments guys.
they were made from old components i had taken off some machines i had serviced.
Cheers  Dean

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#28 2011-02-07 1:08am

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oz87sport wrote:

Hey squirellsmith and ournumbers, thanks for the comments guys.
they were made from old components i had taken off some machines i had serviced.
Cheers  Dean

not sure i follow. you saying they are modified seat clamps?


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#29 2011-02-07 1:13am

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New repop big_smile

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#30 2011-02-07 1:18am

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More Ti product will coming soon tongue

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#31 2011-02-07 3:45am

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Making 9/16 axles for DX pedals is a very good idea since there are a lot of 1/2 floating around.


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#32 2011-02-07 7:13am

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I went to trade school to be a Machinist...most of my projects I could never show the teacher...stupid kid stuff, like brass knuckles, a stainless pipe that looked like a bolt. The head of the bolt screwed off with a chamber inside, the rest was hallow. Now I would a little more constructive. Cool pedals!


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#33 2011-02-07 3:21pm

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Squirrellsmith, they were parts that had worn out or broken and i just used the bits i wanted and machined them up from those bits.
the threaded one was the end of a pneumatic cylinder/ram and the other one was a roller that drove round belting, so i machined and chopped and came up with these.
cheers Dean

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#34 2011-02-07 4:09pm

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Pedal cages:
http://i967.photobucket.com/albums/ae154/troynlori/cages/DSCN4674.jpg
http://i967.photobucket.com/albums/ae154/troynlori/cages/DSCN4642.jpg
http://i967.photobucket.com/albums/ae154/troynlori/cages/DSCN4810.jpg


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#35 2011-02-07 4:14pm

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Alot of great parts guys!! (alot of time also!) I used to build aluminum seat clamps out of old 10 speed goosenecks, way back in the begginings!! We didn't have alot of cash back then in the ealy 70's, but the clamps looked knarly & lightened up the bike abit.
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#36 2011-02-07 4:28pm

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cool stuff for shure up in here.


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#37 2011-02-07 4:34pm

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joe6187 wrote:

New repop big_smile

http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b326/joe6187/CAP/20110127525.jpg

Very nice. big_smile

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#38 2011-02-07 6:09pm

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I have to make stuff al the time. Its great to have a lil creativity and solve a problem with what you have on hand.
troynlori those are some cool cages I like the bigger pins it give them a cleaner look. cool stuff guys


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#39 2011-02-07 6:41pm

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You guys are awesome, i hope i get a chance to learn how to CNC machine my own parts in school also!


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#40 2011-02-07 8:14pm

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the future of bmx depends on people that take a leap like you guys keep up the good work!

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#41 2011-02-07 8:31pm

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This is a cool thread and I'm curious to see what else comes up...

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#42 2011-02-08 12:12am

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Nice stuff


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#43 2011-02-08 5:52am

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cookbrothersfan .   where are you ? tongue

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#44 2011-02-08 7:24am

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#45 2011-02-08 8:00am

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Homemade brake fins on Skyway pads.

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#46 2011-02-08 8:11am

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I don't know who made it but someone maybe joe? had some techmatic BB shells that were designed to take modern bearings.  Those were the shizzz..

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#47 2012-01-25 8:40pm

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#48 2012-01-25 8:46pm

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#49 2012-01-25 8:48pm

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schroed wrote:

If you look close you can see the cranks my buddy made for my son. He also made the polycarbonate chainring on there too.

http://i1214.photobucket.com/albums/cc4 … 3a1f31.jpg

Here are the pedals that he made as well.

http://i1214.photobucket.com/albums/cc4 … 88c39d.jpg

Initials E and S for his name. They are made out of high density plastic and the spindles are custom titanium.

I want one of those chain rings


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#50 2012-01-25 8:50pm

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