I saw a chopper made out of nuts and bolts for sale and I thought "I could do that".  I have plenty of parts to choose from so I gave it a shot.  The only trouble I had was welding the different metals together. It was tough to get the heat right so I wouldn't  melt the soft metal and be sure to stick to the harder metal.  It took about an hour to build partly due to picking the parts I thought would work.
  My welding skills are terrible and I was able to attach all the pieces,  so it isn't very difficult. Give it a shot!

Love these kind of things, reminds me of an old bolt and bits man i made one night when was younger and bored, unfortunately it was lost in the move to America. But maybe i will have another go at making some bits one day, for now added to favs. These bikes are super cool you should make a load of the and sell them on ebay or at craft markets.
Did you use an arc welder?
ea422 (author)  rtempleton992 years ago
No I have a cheap Harbor Freight mig welder.
soul_eater3 years ago
Nice bikes , this one i bought it from a country craftsman, in my Town , its very ruted but it looks cool that way
ea422 (author)  soul_eater3 years ago
That is awesome!! Thanks
instruct393 years ago
very cool, gotta try this some time!
crackHacker3 years ago
constructive addition:
larger nut on the back and a smaller thinner nut on the front
/end addition

they look nice and would be a great gift for the motor head in the family or friends.
Tinylink13 years ago
That is so awsome ea422 =) =)=0=0=0=0=0=0=0
poofrabbit3 years ago
OH this is so cute and so cool! Great great idea!
mikeasaurus3 years ago
I love it!

Also, you should enter this in the Big and Small Challenge!
ea422 (author)  mikeasaurus3 years ago
Thanks! I just posted a link.