Tuesday, June 15, 2010
post number 111
This morning Ray helped me tack the skirt onto my sears outer primary. I have been putting this job off for months because it intimidated me. I am very happy with how it worked out and I am glad that I took the time to come up with a good game plan on how to do it. I have a total of 18 or 20 hours in this cover and I still have to trim it and make two mounting brackets, as well as metal finish it! What a bunch of work, but every step is one step closer to the finished product!
Pretty good stuff. Everything in this picture is calculated and precise!
Does anybody know what these two little guys are for? The first correct answer gets a cookie!
I usually only post pictures of successful parts, most of the time though, I have to scrap a couple pieces before I come up with something use able, here are a couple of junk clutch lever tension straps. I can't believe how much I struggled on this dinky little part.
Here is the finished piece installed on the lever. You can also see the top motor mounts that I made yesterday as well. I still have to silver solder the knob onto the clutch lever