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Old 11-28-2013, 01:25 PM   #1
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WARNING: Don't replicate anything you see in this thread for any reason or under any circumstance. This thread is presented for entertainment purposes only.

OK guys. If you like the awesome Japanese thread as much as I do, you might like this one as well. One of my favorite Japanese blogs started a new custom generator Shovel build that looks to be a monster in the making. I'll copy and paste each installment as I follow along on his blog.

This first shot is of his earlier bike that you might remember from the Japanese Scene thread.



Now I'll start from where he starts on his blog and you can follow along if you're interested.



I'll post in-progress pics with minimal chatter so you can just follow along as I weed through his picture filled blog. It gets better and better as it progresses. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. He's not finished with it by a long shot but the progress so far is very impressive. Enjoy!
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Looks great so far and I like the idea of you doing this here. Out of curiosity, what blog is this from?
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And there you have it as of 11/28/13. I'll update this thread as I follow the blog. I hope you enjoy it.
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Looks great so far and I like the idea of you doing this here. Out of curiosity, what blog is this from?
I'm glad someone likes this shit as much as I do. The blog is:

http://daikoube.blogspot.nl/

Have a look at the spindle mount dragster style wheel being cut on the CNC. Incredible workmanship!

Follow along if you like, there's some really terrific stuff on this blog and way more pics than I could ever possibly post here.
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holy world. At first I was thinking "oh cool hes making a bash plate to protect his cases", the "wait he's cutting the rest off", then "oh wow man".
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I'm glad someone likes this shit as much as I do. The blog is:

http://daikoube.blogspot.nl/

Have a look at the spindle mount dragster style wheel being cut on the CNC. Incredible workmanship!

Follow along if you like, there's some really terrific stuff on this blog and way more pics than I could ever possibly post here.
Thanks, interesting build and keep posting the progress here, something different for others to see that might not be checking out blogs.

Incredible workmanship is right.
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People's ability to force metal to their will never ceases to amaze me.
- What I can't find the single loop frame I want, that's ok, i'll just hack up this swingarm frame into little pieces and make one.
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