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Old 02-12-2013, 06:59 PM   #3711
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I finally had some spare time to weld my brackets for my strut tower brace today! Slow little on the side project with school and work but I should have it finished this weekend!
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I finally had some spare time to weld my brackets for my strut tower brace today! Slow little on the side project with school and work but I should have it finished this weekend!
Sweet!
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Crap I hope it didn't run my battery down.I left them on for like 6hrs.ughhh
Nah it should be fine.. It will charge back up!!
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Nah it should be fine.. It will charge back up!!
Yeap, once you crank your car, the alternator takes over and charges your battery
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I finally had some spare time to weld my brackets for my strut tower brace today! Slow little on the side project with school and work but I should have it finished this weekend!
That looks like some good welding
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That looks like some good welding
Thanks! not to bad for a 20 year old and a picked up trade from my father with the welding/engineering degree lol. While everyone else was out partying and having fun I was always in the shop learning how to weld or use a manual machine whether it be a lathe or milling machine.
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I finally had some spare time to weld my brackets for my strut tower brace today! Slow little on the side project with school and work but I should have it finished this weekend!
Damn. Very nice indeed
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I know i can weld decently too i have experience with a mill and lathe from my auto shop i really miss that class it was so nice having all those tools at my finger tips its a real ***** not having em now
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I know i can weld decently too i have experience with a mill and lathe from my auto shop i really miss that class it was so nice having all those tools at my finger tips its a real ***** not having em now
I love my welding class
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I love my welding class
Slag monster!! Lol
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Slag monster!! Lol
Lol I turned my wire speed all the way up just to see what would happen lol it looks like a shrimp
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Lol I turned my wire speed all the way up just to see what would happen lol it looks like a shrimp
Lol yeah it does


Slag shrimp!!!!
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I know i can weld decently too i have experience with a mill and lathe from my auto shop i really miss that class it was so nice having all those tools at my finger tips its a real ***** not having em now
yeah that's the only thing I love is having all that at my shop and able to make half the stuff most people only have the choice of buying lol.

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that's a good start!
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yeah that's the only thing I love is having all that at my shop and able to make half the stuff most people only have the choice of buying lol.

that's a good start!
Ain't no shame here, I wanna of those that has to buy or pay for it lol.
Looks good man.
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Ain't no shame here, I wanna of those that has to buy or pay for it lol.
Looks good man.
To each his own! It is all about personal preference really. If I can make it I will make it, if not I will buy it. But most of the stuff I will be doing with in the next few weeks will be made in the shop.
Thanks though! feels cool to be appreciated for some form of dedication lol
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To each his own! It is all about personal preference really. If I can make it I will make it, if not I will buy it. But most of the stuff I will be doing with in the next few weeks will be made in the shop.
Thanks though! feels cool to be appreciated for some form of dedication lol
Now let me put on my tool belt and it's another story lol
You have a good thing going there. Wish I could work with metals. But I'm a hammer head
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Old 02-12-2013, 10:09 PM   #3728
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Now let me put on my tool belt and it's another story lol
You have a good thing going there. Wish I could work with metals. But I'm a hammer head
lol makes sense! only wood I like to work with is mdf for subwoofer boxes, but most of the time I do fiberglass enclosures or carbon fiber just depends on customer preference. then again I just do it all on the side.
Thanks again, it is just one of the things I picked up around the age of 8 and well almost 13 years later I am still going at it.
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Went on a date night in it with the girlfriend.
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drove him to class.

Hey does your inside lights go off automatically if left on cause I came home at 3am & when I when back out to my car at 9am they stayed on when I turned the car on.
I accidentally left them on.ughhhh
If you are talking about your interior lights. Yes they will turn off after so long.
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Drove four hundred miles. Dusted some ricers and ran a nice little fox body.
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Figured out what ima do suspension wise. Sadly not going to lower her... Lowering her with the mach 1 chin spoiler is hit ever speed bumb down here. But I want to get a strut tower brace and front and rear sway bars to tighten het up
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If you are talking about your interior lights. Yes they will turn off after so long.
Not on ours bro .. If i leave it on it stays on... Including the puddle pony !
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Not on ours bro .. If i leave it on it stays on... Including the puddle pony !
Mine doesn't, maybe due to the s&s package. :dunno:
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Technically did this yesterday, but I plasti dipped my dome light
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Put my dual exhaust in sounds like a f'ing v8!!!!
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Put my dual exhaust in sounds like a f'ing v8!!!!
Awesome!!!!!
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Awesome!!!!!
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I bet it sounds sweet...
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My girlfriend took a few pics with the Nikon 1 I just bought her.
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Cool!
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Girl got talent..nice!!
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