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Old 07-10-2014, 07:25 PM   #314
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Default Re: Home made workshop tools

I've been busy, especially with the nice weather we've been having. But, I figured I'd take a little time to post a few.

Here's a homemade trans alignment tool I whipped up a while back. I lost my original one about 20 years ago and since then I'd either borrow one or just do my fork alignment without one. You can get by without one, but they do make the job faster and easier especially if you're building a tranny from parts or even just switching lids. I buy my aluminum as scrap for a buck a pound, so I have a grand total of about 3 bucks in material into this tool. Plus a little time. Works great!

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