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August 14th, 2014, 03:48 AM   #41
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August 14th, 2014, 03:59 AM   #42
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Looks really sexy!

I'd personally like it even better in anodized black or blue.
BTW, bush do you have that wolf logo in vectors?
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August 14th, 2014, 04:21 AM   #43
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yes I agree anodised blue before engraving would be the best,

polishing it was just a bit of a wank really, this is as shiny as it will ever be, i give my bikes a hard time so it will be scratched and dented in no time LOL

the eps file is here www dot brandsoftheworld dot com/logo/hbg-0]HBG | Brands of the World? | Download vector logos and logotypes
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Is this something that might become available for us lowly peasants ?
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August 14th, 2014, 05:02 AM   #45
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anything is possible KFS

there is about 4 1/2 hrs machining time, probably could get that down to 3 1/2hrs, $60 worth of aluminium, machine wear and tear, then cutters and the power cost, postage from aust, then after all that is covered i need to see if i want to make any money as well LOL

first i'll have to see if it works properly for a few months and see how busy I am with the wizards hat society meetings
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August 14th, 2014, 10:17 AM   #46
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Gr8 looking nuts..... (Pic) no I wasn't talking about u. Lol
Oops ... I mean gr8 job bush
Well done ....
I wouldn't think will be cheap thou been customiz job , kfs
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August 14th, 2014, 11:25 AM   #47
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Oke Bushie that is really a beautiful " magic " trick

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Looking fantastic Bushie

If the stars align, I shall have a mill next week, but a real simple basic tilting head job, full manual control only, but gunna be fun!

FWIW, Dale Lineaweaver used to sell billet anodized blue engraved stator covers for the Gen1s. I got one of the last ones on my '98. Much more durable than the stock plastic ones. Were about $100 OTTOMH, so yours should come it at what, $150, based on your calcs above?
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yes something like that Steve plus some fuel money for my bike so about $200
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Sweet bebe jeezuz Bushie, that is some seriously good looking work! I'm starting to think that I need one these for my old mill. Let me know if you ever are going to produce any more of those. Maybe some substantial amount of home brewed "jungle juice" makes it easier to persuade you to make some more covers?

Really nice work Bushie!


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