MY NUTS

WHATS UP IAM BUILDING  MY 4TH TALL BIKE.   2 OF THEM ARE 4 1/2 FT TO 5 FT TALL AND 1 IS 61/2 T 7 FT TALL I USED NUTS AND BOLTS ONLY NO WELDS AND BELIEVE IT OR NOT ALL THREE ARE HOLDNG TOGETHER VERY WELL ,I WANT TO GO UP 1O FT ON THIS NEXT ONE   BUT DONT WANNA PUSH THE LIMITS OF PHYSICS AND GRAVITY SO WHAT TYPE OF WELDER SHOULD I USE  TIG   MIG  ARC  I D K   

Question by GINOOO 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


On the sizing of nuts and bolts? Answered

When a hex nut is referred to as "X"mm, is that measured to the ridges of the thread (the green line on the image, or into the troughs of the thread (the extra red parts of the line)?

Question by Kiteman 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


Buying nuts and bolts? Answered

Can someone point me to somewhere where I can buy nuts and bolts? I need them to be up to a few cm long, and about small enough to fit through the hole in a TO-220 transistor.  I tend to use them a lot, not just for fixing transistors to heatsinks, but my local hardware stores don't have them Also, I'm looking for those small plastics bits (look like a very small and short bit of pipe) that fit into the TO-220 transistor's hole, before you put the bolt in, electrically isolating the transistor tab from the bolt and the heatsink.

Question by .Unknown. 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


Universal Nut Sheller

Today's feature is the awesome Universal Nut Sheller. Designed by Jock Brandis of the Full Belly Project for a women's coop in Mali, this tool dramatically increases peanut-shelling speed from 2 lbs per hour (hand-shelling) to 110 lbs per hour.  Since roughly half a billion people in the world rely on peanuts as a primary protein source, this nut sheller has the potential for serious impact. The machine is simple to make, relatively inexpensive, and can shell pecans, pine nuts, neem nuts, shea netus, Jatropha, and other nuts as well as peanuts.  Molds and metal parts can be ordered from the Full Belly Project. Check out the 2005 video introducing the machine to Uganda: Check it out, and get inspired.  What can you do to help people in developing countries?  We need more ideas, the simpler the better. This post has been sponsored by Pepsi. The Pepsi Refresh Project celebrates the people, businesses, and non-profits with ideas that will have a positive effect on our world.

Topic by canida 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


How do you cut t-nuts/slotted nuts with a router table?

Y want to use finger joints with T slotted captive nuts like this https://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-Build-your-Everything-Really-Really-Fast/step4/The-T-nut-Crossed-T-nut-Jesus-Nut-Slotted-Insert-N/  I only have hand tools and a mini router table. ¿Is it possible? ¿Is there any other convenient joint I can use in Acrylic with just this tools? (with screws, I don't want to use glue) Thanks

Question by marianov 5 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago


what is the meaning of --- nut(#8)? Answered

Question by jay patel 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


Large automated nut roaster?

I am not particularly gifted at the finer points of building things and would love your thoughts: Have you made, seen, or have ideas for a very simple automated, rotating DIY roaster that could be used to roast a large amount of nuts? Or on a simpler scale, Ideas for adding a motor to one of those whirley pop popcorn stovetop jobbies to get the handle turning automatically? Thanks all!

Question by susie 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


Needed: Nuts, bolts and wire

I live in a very poor community and don't have any spare money for parts and the like. I am trying to make a piece of art similar to one I had seen in a doctors office. It was a picture of a train made from parts of a clock. I am making it as a gift for my friend for her new house. I need some nuts, wires, and bolts to finish it. Can anyone refer me to a site with free parts or does anyone have any spare pieces lying around that they aren't going to use? any parts are welcome!                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  The Dreamer

Topic by TheDreamer 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


Time stamps going nuts

Just noticed that instead of the usual hours I now see a lot of time stamps in minutes. Looks a bit weird to see "Last posting -285 minutes ago". I don't mind a challenge every now and then but is it a feature or a bug that we get minutes instead of hours now?

Topic by Downunder35m 4 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago


Ways to hold screw with something without using nut?

I am trying to build a holder, that will hold onto a pipe. So apparently, it will be cylindrical in shape. And from 1 end it would be cut and curved at 90 degrees. And 3 holes would be drilled into that space. So like i can lock the holder onto pipe and take it off whenever i want, just by screwing or unscrewing. However, as you can see screwing every time would suck. Very inconvenient. And there is no need to screw 3 screws. 3 are for support, screwing 1 would be enough to keep in place. But if i dont screw all three screws 2 may fall off.  How can i do it so screws stay stick to the base. Use glue? of some sort. Use some sort of washer that holds screw(difference only that nut would be thick.) i need help. :D 

Question by mumer1 6 years ago  |  last reply 1 year ago


Harvesting hazelnuts? Answered

After many fruitless years, our hazel tree is suddenly bearing nuts. What I want to know is when/how to harvest them, and how do we treat/store the nuts afterwards?

Question by Kiteman 2 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago


What tool is this ? unusual nut socket

Any ideas on where this tool would be used ? it tightens a splined nut which is keyed with one spline being wider than the others, only identifying mark is the letter "E" stamped on the end, could possibly be anti theft if it's recessed.

Question by pursang 2 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago


Threading and pitch for Microphone mount nut or stem? Answered

Does anyone out there know the threading and pitch for a standard condenser mic stem? I lost my mounting nut and even the manufacturer won't provide the info I need. It's a Presonus M7. It should have a standard threaded stem as most universal mounts fit it. I know it's metric, Possibly an M20 or M22 with a #1 pitch. Anyone know for sure?

Question by Sparkytastic 2 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago


How do you call these "shielding nuts"? Answered

They're quite handy for protecting my bearings, and it would be easier to ask for them in skateshops if I knew their name.

Question by cephalopoid 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


How to tighten nut with bolt in jump rope?

  well im trying to make my own jump that have bearing and more similar like buddy lee jump rope, i using eye bolt and old jump rope handle to make it look a like, so my questions is how to tighten the nut in the small jump rope size(inside the jump rope), if you can see from the picture let say i took the rope from that jump rope and replace it with the eye bolt, so put nut inside the jump rope handle, but the problem is right now to tighten the nut from the inside. any suggestion.

Question by hore 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


Floyd Rose locking nut on an acoustic guitar? Answered

 Would anything go wrong if you put a Floyd Rose locking nut on an acoustic? I'm refinishing/getting better parts for an acoustic guitar for a 4 year old, I'm trying to find someway of keeping the guitar in tune longer than it would if a kid were playing around with the tuners.

Question by adamgillies 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


How to make a cross necklace out of nuts and bolts?

Question by 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


How to tighten locknuts without the bolt being fastened? Answered

So, I'm trying to fasten my trucks to my diy-ed skates now, but one of the three bolts of the first truck is looser in it's hole than the other three. When I try to screw the locknut on, the bolt just turns along, and there's my sole on the other end. First mounting the trucks to the baseplate and then mounting the baseplate to the boot is not an option, as there's bolts fastening the plate under the trucks.

Question by cephalopoid 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


Use a motor to rotate a nut on a fixed threaded rod? Answered

I am creating a time-lapse dolly, and at the moment I am working on the drive system. One thought was to use a threaded rod+nut to propel the cart, and I want to look in to this method because it seems fairly versatile. So I would have a taught, fixed threaded rod running through the middle of my 8"x6'x1" track. The cart sits on top of that. I have the motor and the cart pictured below. How can I get this motor to spin a group of nuts (attached to the cart) so that it propels the cart along the threaded rod?

Question by sblaptopman 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


Love Pesto, kids are allergic to many nuts. Any recipes with alternatives? Can use peanuts?

 I want my kids to be able to enjoy fresh pesto, but they are allergic to pine nuts, along with almonds... are these tree nuts?  When my son eats almonds, his face begins to redden and swell starting around his lips.  Not something I'll risk again  Anyway, I'm not nuts, but I want them to love fresh pesto like I do!  Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Question by fireguard 9 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


Old fashioned sweets? Answered

This will probable only apply to UK based answerers of a "certain age" When I was a kid (1960's) we could buy a nut based sweet/treat - in a cardboard box, the resembled brown wrinkled peas - they were chewy (not Toffee) and a natural nut - slightly sweet to taste Any idea of the name - it's driving me nuts.

Question by rickharris 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


What is the best way to break a nut off the back axle of my bike?

The nut holding the back axle of my bike is stuck on. I tried to drill through it, but the axle is too hard for my drill and the nut is stripped (the outside; I can't use a regular wrench). I have no idea what to do and it is very close to the frame, which I really don't want to hurt.

Question by Track11 10 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


cheep 3 volt dc motor nut and bolt actuator

I'd like to make a cheep motorized actuator using a long bolt, nut & a small hobby motor to spin the bolt. I like to know how to attach the small motor to the bolt, or some way to spin the bolt. All I can think of is drill a small hole in the bolt, then J/B Weld the motor on the back. Is their a better way? Not only that but, what do I use to mount the motor at one end & the other end of the bolt to spin freely.

Topic by elkaddalek 4 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago


What's The Best Way to Organize Nuts / Bolts / Washers / Fastners? Answered

As a fairly capable "do-it-your-selfer" I still struggle with organizing my substantial collection of fastners of all types and sizes. I have a dedicated 14 drawer tool box with 41" W X 20"D X 2"H drawers in which I now just throw all of the fasterners of a given type, size or material in a zip lock bag.  When I need something I have always have to open all the drawers to "maybe" find what I'm sure I already have.  I know drawer dividers and lables are part of the solution but I'm not sure how best to make them nor how to "lay out" the various sizes, materials etc... Maybe you have had this problem and solved it.  All suggestions are welcome & thanks in advance.

Question by Baytonian 9 years ago  |  last reply 7 months ago


A cake recipe containing no dairy products, no eggs, no gluten, and no nuts?

I'm having a hard time finding a recipe for a cake to bake for my class. I really want to celebrate that we finally finished the portfolios for admission to our next semester, but I don't want to bring a cake only some can eat (or only some can eat with good conscience). Problem is, we have a nut allergic, a gluten and cassein intolerant, a lactose intolerant, a vegan, and someone who has to avoid refined sugar. I can't find any vegan egg substitutes, or xanthan gum or anything like that, and all the gluten-free flours I've found reguire some kind of gluten replacement. I CAN however get all kinds of flour, like soy, rice, chickpeas, tapioca etc. but I don't know which to use or how. AND I have a sugar replacement that should work as a direct 1:1 replacement in baking good of all kinds. So... Anyone has any recipes, or advises about substitutes? :)

Question by ELF 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


How do I crack Brazil nuts so the edible part remains in one piece?

Question by k5gak 9 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago


Fret Measurements ? Answered

I'm making a strum stick and need the measurement for the frets form the nut. Also form the nut to the bridge, My email is   relaramee@shaw.ca Thank you  Ray

Question by Tabou 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


Auto body help

I need some help here and I hope that there is someone that can answer this question. I have a 2003 Toyota Tacoma and I want to add some bigger fender flairs on the truck, I want to use what are called pop rivet nuts. The pop rivet nuts are inserted just like a pop rivet but it has a nut on the back of it so that you can use a small bolt. The screws that came with the fender flairs are called self tapping screws and they seem to wallow out after time. I need to know what the thickness of a typical fender is so that I can order the right pop rivet nuts. The pop rivet nuts only come in sizes for gauge metal. Does anyone know what gauge a finder is so that I can order the right pop rivet nuts. Thanks for any input.

Topic by fishhunter1957 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


Slowly but very very surely going nuts from workshop withdrawal.

I had surgery on my right shoulder two weeks ago & am looking at least another month before I can even lift a saw let alone pound away at anything with a hammer. I have a ton of those springtime jobs around that any other time would take me an afternoon at most to do. There is a nice big pile of timber salvaged from a lovely neighbor up the road who has finally finished her two year building project I could be building all sorts of things for the garden with. I at last got some of my book collection back from my ex but I can't so much as make a bookend let alone the shelves they deserve so Dickens & Homer are stacked on the bedroom floor with Wordsworth & Chaucer. I picked up a new vice for my workbench a day before the surgery & it is sitting on the bench taunting me, I can almost hear it whispering "come on fit me to the bench I dare you" "just let your better half catch you with a spanner in your hand then you will catch it won't you?" This is too much for an active mind to bear & I am going nuts!!!!!!!! But on the upside................. In a few weeks I will have plenty of jobs to do that will take me an afternoon at most so they won't overstrain my healing shoulder. I will have a nice big pile of salvaged timber with which I can build lots of new things for our garden; I may well start with a new hammock frame after all I could do with a good rest :-) Bear in mind that this is England so I will have a good amount of rainy summer days I will have at least one job I can get done in the house as I have some book shelves to design & build after all Dickens & Homer & their friends Wordsworth & Chaucer may well be re-united with their old pals Verne, Twain & Hugo if they eventually get here so they will need plenty of space. And of course I will be able to silence the voice in my head from that vice sitting idle on the bench & put it to work; LOTS of work. I do love summer so very much OH HAPPY HAPPY DAYS!!!

Topic by Nostalgic Guy 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


LAWNMOWER VIBRATES

The bolts that hold the motor will not tighten.  Can I use nuts to hold the motor in place. I saw a video on drilling out the hole and redoing the threads…..  Can  i use the nuts without causing future problems?

Topic by EJCLEMONS 4 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago


Which Guitar Should I get?/

I'm getting a guitar as my Christmas gift from my parents, and i'm a beginner, so i have no idea what is good or bad. I need some one to tell what brands are good, and what I should get. I just want this guitar for fun, I'm not like starting a band. Also, I'm kinda short.

Topic by lawizeg 11 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


I want to knit a bag (purse, man-bag) with nuts, washers and other hardware strung on (before knitting) as beads.

It will be knitted with string, twine, lacing- or just white yarn- and nuts, washers and other hardware strung on (before knitting) as beads. Where can I find that pattern?!? I know I saw a picture of one, didn't buy the book and now I can't find anything like it.

Question by Pheline 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


He s allergic 2 nitrates-beans-caffeine-nuts-etc. Help me mke a birthday meal 4 my boyfriend dinner 4 me 2 surprise him!

Nitrates means meats with any nitrates such as lunch meats, ham, sausage, bacon, pepperoni, or smoked meats to name a few. Caffeine is any item that has caffeine in it, chocolate or cola or such. He is very allergic to any of these. All beans, nuts, etc, including great items such as avacados.

Question by 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


Increasing Testosterone

As we age changes happen in our bodies. One of these changes is a decrease in the production of some hormones, one of which is important to men, namely: testosterone. It affects muscle mass, physical and mental energy, and sexual function. Selenium is found in Brazil nuts, and it is important in the production of testosterone. If you are showing any signs of low testosterone, try eating three or four raw Brazil nuts each day. Some suggest a person should not eat too many Brazil nuts. (Of course, I am not mentioning this because I had the problem. I am speaking for a friend. Uh huh. Yeah, that is it. Wink, wink.) Anyway, my "friend" began to notice improvements within a week. You can get Brazil nuts in bulk at many grocery stores, and they may be a simple and inexpensive aid to low testosterone problems. Other things that help low testosterone problems are reducing body weight by ten percent and regular exercise. 

Topic by Phil B 4 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago


How to tighten a nut on a threaded rod from the side, through a hole in a hollow tube?

Picture a threaded rod, with a hex nut on it. The rod is inside a hollow tube. You move the nut down the rod by inserting an outside hex wrench into the hollow tube from the top. But what if you only have access to the rod from the side, through a hole in the tube (which is fixed and can't rotate around the rod)? Is there a way to tighten a nut down a threaded rod from the side through a hole in a tube? Context: the application would be a grip for a fencing weapon. The base of the blade of a fencing weapon turns into a threaded rod (the tang). The bell guard (metal disc to protect your hand) has a hole in the middle, and is inserted onto the tang. The standard grip is a straight tube-ish thing (usually solid except for a hole the diameter of the tang). You stick the tang through the central hole in the grip. Then you stick a nut on the end of the tang (which just extends beyond the end of the grip) and tighten the whole assembly down. Some special grips are curved, which means that you have to bend the tang in a curve to match the grip first in order to fit it onto the tang. Another kind of grip is straight and hollow, with a plate with a central hole over the end butting against the bell guard, to give the nut a surface to press against, and the tang is cut much shorter than the grip, and you tighten the grip with an outside hex wrench from the back end of it, as I described initially. The advantage is that a shorter tang weighs a lot less, and the weight savings can be really good in fencing. I want to combine the advantages of these two types of grips- a curved grip, which is hollow and lightweight, with a tang that is shorter than the grip itself. Obviously, it would be impossible to tighten the hex nut through a curved grip, hence my question. 

Question by KattB5 1 year ago  |  last reply 1 year ago


How can I stop tyre theft ? Answered

One of my hobbies is looking after a special ex-army landrover called a 101 - thats one to my left in my "avatar". Some miserable low life has just stolen ALL my wheels off it. Now, the tyres are pretty heavy - you wouldn't want to lift one off the ground for long - and 34" in diameter, but still they have all gone. They are/were held on wih big nuts too ! Too big for off the shelf locking nutsHas anyone any bright ideas as to what I can do to fabricate a lockable nut ? EDIT Panic over, thanks for all your help. I can buy lockable nuts from stock

Question by steveastrouk 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


Is it possible to make a custom silicon mold? Answered

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Question by Numb-Nuts 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


What to use as a pivot? eyelet, hollow shaft, hollow nut & bolt? Help

I am looking for a permanent way to hold together a leg between 2 plastic pieces. I want the shaft that goes in the hole to be hollow, cause i plan to pass something through it. I have attached an image with the dimensions. The leg (center) is aluminum and the plastic parts on either side are delrin. I was thinking of eyelets, a shaft or a hollow nut and bolt with thread fastner, but I think all will have to be custom made. I want the fastner that holds the leg and the plastic together to also help in restrictive rotation so that alittle force is required to rotated the leg about the hollow pivot point (the shaft). Does anyone have any ideas of how i can do this or any better methid? Thanks for all your help in advance.

Topic by MickeyT1 4 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago


How to see my post

I just entered a question in the Tech forum. The question is how can I send a USB signal down a 100M cable. Now I want to check it for any answers but can not find my post.  Where should I look for my post? Rocket Nut

Topic by Rocket Nut 4 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago


. My question is :-Can you get free software to run a 3axis controller.for stepper motors Thanks, myfordmike Answered

Also I was going to use 10mm rolled threaded stud (1.5mmpitch) and make some zero backlash nuts( 2 nuts and a spring)  Does free software run on an ibm t43 laptop?

Question by myfordmike 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


Can't epoxy metal, help appreciated. Answered

I'm trying to epoxy two pieces of metal together, I'm mixing the epoxy the right way but once it hardens the piece breaks off, any suggestions? I'm gluing this flat piece of metal to the nut that's glued on the viewfinder.  The nut stays on the viewfinder with the same epoxy so I'm confused about why the other metals won't adhere, should I sand the pieces first? By the way I photographed the wrong side of the flat piece, the side showing has prongs, the other side is flat, the flat side gets glued to the nut. This is a viewfinder from an old Mamiya press camera, not sure what kind of metal it is.

Question by buffysissy1 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


Where can I get screws, nuts, bolts and other hardware most cheaply? Answered

I'm planning to build a car-top bike rack based on this gentleman's design: http://www.angelfire.com/vt2/tommymc3/BikeRack.html As I've been pricing materials, I'm pleased to find that the wood, pipe, tubing and conduit will cost me only about $20. I'll need to buy one tool (a rigid backsaw) for about $10.  I was hoping to get away with less than $100 out of pocket for a rack to hold four bikes, but then I hit the screw aisle. Picking out machine screws, nuts, and wing nuts for the uprights and jotting down prices, I hit almost $10 for those items alone.  Then I looked for galvanized angle brackets to attach the uprights to the base, and those plus the screws, etc to attach them were close to $35!  Once I started looking at U-bolts and other things I'd need to put the whole thing together, I got quite discouraged. So, is there a place to go where I can get those kinds of things at more of a discount?  I tried McMaster/Carr, but they sell only in bulk quantities.  Once I'm an old established tinkerer, I'm sure I'll have a workshop full of hardware bits that I can make work, but for now, I'm flummoxed.  Suggestions? Or am I just "screwed"? :-)

Question by yoyology 8 years ago  |  last reply 1 year ago


killerks

I wish all these new knexers would stop copping killerks gun all the remakes are driving me nuts what about you?

Topic by aall50 12 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


Can anyone identify these objects?

Is it some sort of easel? There may be pieces missing? Wooden with connections using wing nuts.

Question by NGLNGL 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago


Quantum physics

Wow I was looking for some info on quantum physics and stumbled on this *cough* nut job *cough* and check this out *cough*Scam! *cough*

Topic by iman 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


Can i use all-thread as an axle for pulleys and gears? Answered

I recently used all thread to make an axle for two casters and wheels so that i could adjust how loose or tight the sides of the caster rubbed on the wheels. i made the casters and my dad attached them to the pre-made base that he had made earlier, looking back i probably should have helped out and made an instructable along the way... anyways the method that i used to put the wheels onto the axle made me wonder if i could easily use the same method to put a pulley or a gear onto all thread. the idea is that i would simply put a nut, then a lock nut, then a washer, then the pulley, then a washer, then a lock nut, then a nut and i would tighten the holy bejeezer's out of it until it was firm and steady, the friction of the washer would transfer power through the lock nut to the all thread. would this work? even as a proof of concept? i want to avoid ordering anything off the internet so if anyone knows where to get actual pulley and gear axles here in upstate new york that would be beyond great! also as a side note, i'm thinking about using a hole drilled into a flat piece of steel or even some uber hard wood that's been sitting around collecting dust and sawdust to use as support for the axle, it'd act as a kind of bushing/bearing type deal. the idea is that i would keep it working by simply putting two nuts together on either side of the hole on the all thread and tighten them together until they locked.

Question by waldosan 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


Need help with long distanct USB run [~ 100 meters]

I have extend/retractable boom that extends almost 100M when full extended. I know I can not get a USB signal that far out. I am thinking of possible converting the USB signal to Fiber-Optic signal if possible. I need help on both ends of the cable. Rocket Nut

Topic by Rocket Nut 4 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago


Remove axles from jogging stroller wheels?

I have a pair of twenty inch wheels from a jogging stroller with "sealed" bearings that I would like to remove the axles from. I've loosened or removed all of the nuts including the locking nuts from both sides but the axles are still firmly seated/connected to something inside. They came from the frame/carcass of a stroller similar to this, but they are not the quick release.

Topic by MeanUncleBob 3 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago


how do i use an old laptop as a screen for my 360?

Question by Numb-Nuts 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


Gymnastic Rings mounting?

I'm trying to think of a good way to mount my wooden rings I made. I'm thinking of something like the design in the photo. Its made of 1" angle iron and square tubing and would be atached to a 12"x6" joist that is visible in my house. The metal is welded together Through the hole in the bottom  would put an eyebolt and bolt it in. I welded a nut to a large washer for the support under the tubing and I would use a washer and two nuts on top to help prevent it from loostening. I'm thinking of using lock tight on the nuts. Any suggestions? If I should post more views tell me and I'll render more views. I'm not going to be doing anything crazy, like giants or bails, mainly strength, like crosses and planches/?multicies?.

Question by snowluck2345 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago