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    Why such a ugly end can


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    Quote Originally Posted by vimtozz View Post
    Why such a ugly end can
    It was 40 and loads more attractive and lighter than the stock system.

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    Just bought a carbon fibre starter kit and I'll be knocking up a mould to layup an end cone.

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    have a look at plastic bottles for an easy start to cone moulds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Pete View Post
    have a look at plastic bottles for an easy start to cone moulds.
    Exactly where I was heading!

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    Had an hour in the garage while the kids were making fairy cakes and the baby was asleep.

    Link pipe now cut to the correct length and welded to the main system.

    The whole lot will come off now, get welded up, then cleaned with scotchbrite and polished up.

    The rough cut steel bracket for the can hanger will get used as a template to fabricate an ally one.




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