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    I will have to look at my S3T and see what it looks like. I’m just not getting it right in my head.


    34nineteen. if I have the batch made up Sunday I will get one coming your direction. I think the first set with the windows for front and rear movement like the stock ones.

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    No rush. My baby is sleeping in the garage anyhow since that damn CoOter got me into the track life. Do you still have that fubar-ed pulley I sent you?

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    Ol' chicken strips above is looking for 8" thick knee pucks so he can finally drag a knee. Maybe you could cast some of those for him?

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    Actually this isnt true any more. I lengthened the kickstand.

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    Ok so plans are currently in the following order - I'm not made of money so I have to stage this out:

    Gonna order the stuff I need to make the mold while I am on vacation. Unfortunately my wife is putting me out of commission for 9 days towards the end of the month. ae37fb25-292e-42cc-a7b4-cfe98f0673d8_text.gif
    I have an idea to make a poor mans vacuum chamber so we'll see how that works out - but should help with the pour consistency and ensure inside the mold there are the least amount of air bubbles possible.

    I'll buy the 2 new isolators when I get back from vacation unless I can find a deal before then - vacation is going to be CONUS mostly so I should have cell service and will keep eye out.

    The following paycheck I will buy 2 of the dead ones from fleabay or somewhere else for stripping to be the test setup and the front triple tree stand.

    I got the bike lifting setup put together in the garage today when my wife was out, so it's prepared to be suspended from the ceiling. The factory manual calls for a bottle jack to support the jack point - is there any better solution to doing this (I have an aftermarket supertrapp muffler)? I have cut a piece of wood to distribute the lifting force across the entire jack-acceptable surface, but that's about all I got at this time. I was thinking about having a friend from work 3d print a stand that would fit through the shock/swingarm area - would brace against the entire jack point and allow you to hook it up to a standard car floor jack for support...not sure if it's worthwhile, hence the question.

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    Abracadabra Balance it on one jack, lol.
    Great work you guys are up to! Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheWood View Post
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    Abracadabra Balance it on one jack, lol.
    Great work you guys are up to! Cheers.
    Thats neato. Unfortunately I have 3 little children, so that degree of precariousness might be unsat if my wife sees (which she will, suburbia, 1 garage)
    Last edited by avenger09123; 04-09-2023 at 05:20 AM.

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    I have been busier than I thought I would be and didn’t look at the S3t walked by it at least a dozen times. Maybe in the morning.

    34nineteen yes I still have it in the garage didn’t know if you were going to need it for shipping claim and forgot about it.



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