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This is a sweetass copper fender for my bike. My brother made it for me with an English-wheel and a press-break. I helped a little, but mostly I was ...
This is actually the piece for the back fender, but we haven't made that one yet. It's just a medium gauge piece of copper, same as the front.
We trimmed the front fender down to size using the break (the bottom part of this machine, the two metal plates facing you). Then A-Rod sent it throug...
This is an English wheel A-Rod made from scratch. He found the bearings on the internets and then fabricated the frame (the blue "C" shape). What can ...
Once we had the general shape, we trimmed the square ends using a left-cutting airplane snips, filed the edges so I wouldn't cut my legs wide open, sa...
What the hell is ferric nitrate, and why would you want to use it? Basically, it's rust water. I wanted the copper to oxidize and get all green and ...
So, as you can see, I just ran a couple zip-ties through the holes, and strung it around the bottom tube of the bike. The tension from the curvature o...
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