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I am wondering how well this would work for motorcycle grips.
I really enjoy the way you wrote this. Not only informative but highly entertaining. Great post.
That is a cool work of art.
That is a cool project. I just happen to have some heavy leather like that laying around and I need a classy tool box for my bike. Perfect. BTW, good video as well.
What I like about this project is the budget and the look. Nice.
This looks like a great thing to try waterproofing canvass saddle bags and the like. I'll be sure to try it and let you know how it works.
While I am one to try to save an old rifle, this is a really cool way to re-purpose an old M1 Carbine. Using the stock wood for the scales and bullet casings to cover the pins was a nice touch. It somehow keeps everything together, both literally and metaphorically.
I really enjoyed the story of the cursed log. Yes, I can believe it for I at one time was a logger out in the Pacific Northwest and I had a tree or two try to kill me as well. Great story and great instructable.
That looks like some very nice craftsmanship. Very nice.
How will this set up work for cooling a tent? Could one instead of using a five gallon bucket use an old ice chest instead? Thanks.
Seems like an easy fix to a common problem. I may have to try this on a couple of items of mine. Thanks for the simple fix.
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