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Help a brother/sister out - Your tech strengths! - November 21, 2008, 12:12 PM

Thought this might be a good idea... let's compile a list of folks throughout the area with technical specialities that they are willing to share!

Nudist - General maintenance, modifications (bolt on, some custom fab), light engine work, electrical, bodywork fitment, track prep


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November 21, 2008, 12:23 PM

This is going to be great .. I would also like to know about tire change .. has anyone fabricated a bead breaker in the garage?


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November 21, 2008, 12:24 PM

I do cars and bikes

Some composites fabrication, any bolt ons, considerable engine building (no machining) car/streetbike/dirtbike, moderate electrical, over all maintenance.

small bit of things i've worked on
http://s215.photobucket.com/albums/c...tYMotorsports/


*deep, as a bead breaker i used a jack and my project car it worked excellent*


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Cleaning up this thread... please do not post BS in here. This could prove to be a useful thread.


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I do cars and bikes

Some composites fabrication, any bolt ons, considerable engine building (no machining) car/streetbike/dirtbike, moderate electrical, over all maintenance.

small bit of things i've worked on
http://s215.photobucket.com/albums/c...tYMotorsports/


*deep, as a bead breaker i used a jack and my project car it worked excellent*
awesome .. I will ship my next tires to you


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November 21, 2008, 01:55 PM

i have tools and a garage
my specialty is body work = fix yo plastics
any bolt-ons
some custom fab stuff
safety wiring fer track
and numerous other useful stuff



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i have tools and a garage
my specialty is body work = fix yo plastics
any bolt-ons
some custom fab stuff
safety wiring fer track
and numerous other useful stuff
get Dirty ftw


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November 21, 2008, 02:18 PM

Try posting something useful or nothing at all.

Can do:
- Track Prep (wiring, bodywork, tape, etc)
- Almost any after market swaps, boltons
- General Maint., Change any fluids on bike, PCIII maps, tire swap, etc.
- Very good at electric (blinkers, LED swaps, etc.)
- Have a truck and can pick up bikes as well... always useful.
- Specialize in gixxers

I have a mobile set of tools for nearly any thing above.


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November 21, 2008, 02:19 PM

im not trying to spam but it's good to know who on .NET has got skills. i suck at technical stuff cuz of my lack of experience. thanks for putting this together and everyone who's posting their skills


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November 21, 2008, 03:52 PM

I've got some tools and can lend a hand if needed, but not many of you live too close to me...

But for DEEP, here's how I change tires, only difference is I used two sheets of plywood glued and screwed together for the long part of the bead breaker. Video courtesy of armadillofz1 of .com
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