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    Quote Originally Posted by J&J View Post
    Wanted to fix fault on head lights, but the more I trace faults the more problems I cause
    fixed that for you
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    Thanks jelo

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    Started off doing some sewing, made the following.

    1. Leather sleeve for my Diamond steel sharpener.
    2. Waterproof wood bag to travel on my trailers A-frame.
    3. Grid-cover
    4. Rifle cushion (1 for friends birthday)
    5. New straps for punch bag
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    Quote Originally Posted by jelo View Post
    fixed that for you
    Hahahahahahaaaaa....

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    Quote Originally Posted by TJWM View Post
    Started off doing some sawing, made the following.

    1. Leather sleeve for my Diamond steel sharpener.
    2. Waterproof wood bag to travel on my trailers A-frame.
    3. Grid-cover
    4. Rifle cushion (1 for friends birthday)
    5. New straps for punch bag


    That with a saw. Imagine how good you could work with a sewing machine.


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    Then moved outdoors. Decided the day before lockdown, I need to remove the small gate and wall on the right of my house and fit a full width gate there instead.
    Went to buy some cement and steel on last day.
    1. Lifted the paving and dig a bit of a foundation for pole.
    2. Made steel pole which gate will hang on.
    3. Fitted pole to boundary wall and pinned pole foot in concrete foundation.
    4. Cut existing paving to lower and level it for new bigger entrance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Japanese Veghaas View Post
    This project has also been on hold for a long time.
    Time to sort her out.
    Now just to cover the seat and tie up the final loose endAttachment 567056Attachment 567057Attachment 567058Attachment 567059

    Ek het my [email protected] afgeval met 'n Chopper!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lappies Labuschagne View Post
    Ek het my [email protected] afgeval met 'n Chopper!!!
    ja, swakste ontwerp vir 'n baaisiekel ooit
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    Quote Originally Posted by jelo View Post
    ja, swakste ontwerp vir 'n baaisiekel ooit
    Hulle was blykbaar beroemd vir sleutelbene breek.

    Ek beplan om hoopelik volgende jaar se Cape Argus met die een aan te durf
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    I use to be a serious biker. Studies and a little one got in the way a bit but we are going to make a return to the world of bikes
    Quote Originally Posted by hbannink View Post
    Love the nostalgia and memories associated with a chopper but it is your stand that drew my attention. You are a serious biker with that stand, work like a meneer on it

    Just shows you how people see different things in a simple photo
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    45 years later and I can still see the scars on my knees from Chopper falls...
    Quote Originally Posted by Lappies Labuschagne View Post
    Ek het my [email protected] afgeval met 'n Chopper!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by J&J View Post
    Wanted to fix fault on head lights, but the more I trace faults the more problems I find
    That looks scary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lappies Labuschagne View Post
    Ek het my [email protected] afgeval met 'n Chopper!!!
    Wie het nie?
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    Ek het net gekyk. Nie self geweld.
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    Darem so effens my design
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    Polished my Defender 90 with 3000 G compound. So chuffed with the result






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    Quote Originally Posted by Reenen View Post
    Ek het net gekyk. Nie self geweld.
    ..............................

    Darem so effens my design
    Ladder bar suspension, baaie lekker veral as jy groot perde het
    As daardie behoorlik gesetup word is dit 'n squat free suspensie


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    Quote Originally Posted by hbannink View Post
    Ladder bar suspension, baaie lekker veral as jy groot perde het
    As daardie behoorlik gesetup word is dit 'n squat free suspensie


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    Ek het nie verstelbare in draai fittings op lockdown om pinion angle te stel nie. Boer maak n plan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Reenen View Post
    Ek het nie verstelbare in draai fittings op lockdown om pinion angle te stel nie. Boer maak n plan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by J&J View Post
    Wanted to fix fault on head lights, but the more I trace faults the more problems I find
    donner, do you have a wiring diagram. what model is it ?

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    I do have a wiring diagram but bakkie was taken for rewiring by previous owner and they stuffed it up. Mostly it's been tracing and fixing of circuits but real night mare as they did not rewire to original diagram busy taking circuit by circuit and restoring to original diagram

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