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Old 12-31-2011, 03:43 PM   #1
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Default Starting pattern for narrow dogbone risers

Here are some pics of pattern I scanned them and they turned out like shit so had to reverse colors so they would show up . Just getting a few pieces and tools rounded up to start and we will see how it goes



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Default Re: Starting pattern for narrow dogbone risers

Good start! Do you plan to completely machine them, or start off with a casting? Have you decided on what material you'll use? I've always liked the looks of the original Stelling and Hellings version. Your design looks real similar.

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Good start! Do you plan to completely machine them, or start off with a casting? Have you decided on what material you'll use? I've always liked the looks of the original Stelling and Hellings version. Your design looks real similar.

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Going to cast them first then machine what needs to be. I will cast them in aluminum first since I cannot seem to get brass right but if all goes well may have some cast in brass.

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