How to: Make your own custom length cables - Greatest Hits figured id share this here - i agree we need more tech / build stuff - only one way thats going to happen - we post it....a friend of mine asked me to show him how to make up cables so he didnt have to either pay out for custom cables or have yards of spare on his bike.its fairly self explanitory, but like all stuff - if nobody has ever told you then its a black art.i buy the longest universal cables available and cut em down [specific brake or clutch, get the right thickness]solder and bakers fluid - dont use fluxcore its not upto the job use a propper old fashioned soldering iron not a pissy little electric thing feed the cable through the nipple and splay the ends out so i cant fall / pull out heat from the side with the soldering iron - for this job you dot need to put solder directly onto the iron
SO~SO’s As previously stated on this blog, I usually refrain from posting private and professional dealings in my life– it just has no place here. However, this is one that has been festering away at me for quite sometime, and now since the news is pretty much official, I feel it somewhat proper to let you all in on it. Nearly the entire executive and design staff of skate and lifestyle-brand Comune abruptly quit the three-year-old Costa Mesa, Calif.–based label in a protest over the brand’s direction, company sources said. The resignation of Frank Delgadillo, brand founder and president, and nine other top staff members was made public June 17 when Julie Shumaker, Comune’s vice-president of marketing, sent a mass email to retailers, manufacturers and friends of the brand.
How To Build A Scrambler You’ve searched the web, watched the moody videos, and discovered that your street tires don’t like wet grass. You’ve decided you need a scrambler—but how do you tweak your bike for good dirty fun, with a bit of extra style? Here we’ll focus on the best-value mods, balancing cost with performance. Simple Motorcycle Wiring Diagram for Choppers and Cafe Racers » Evan Fell Motorcycle Works Posted on March 30, 2010 | Posted by Evan Fell | 131 Comments I get a lot of questions about wiring motorcycles. Sometimes people are just trying to fix their blinkers and aren’t familiar with how motorcycle electrics work – but more often than not I get requests about trimming down electronics for custom riders. An essential part of building any sort of chopper, bobber, cafe racer, brat bike, or rat rod is getting rid of all the unnecessary items.
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