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Old 03-24-2008, 06:33 PM
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I've yet pulled out the saw to continue work (supposed to snow again on Wednesday) - found a project that I can do in the cold. The door will be 4 inches thick - the size of my insulation board. I am going to have it cut from .060 stainless steel. The flames will be spot welded onto the face plate, unless I decide to paint them - then I will screw them onto the plate. The whole thing will be put together using stainless pop rivets. The attached drawing is just my CAD concept. What do we think, tacky or cool?

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cool bro!

but you need some handles..

flame handles?


by the way.. my wife loves Harleys
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Thanks Dave - After you mentioned flame handles I recalled that our shop cut flames into a pipe - how cool would that be. Come to find out, it's quite a pain for them to set the laser up to do that so I'm going with some cheesy handles I saw at Lowe's.

If your wife loves Harley's - keep her, she's a good one

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Thanks Dave - After you mentioned flame handles I recalled that our shop cut flames into a pipe - how cool would that be. Come to find out, it's quite a pain for them to set the laser up to do that so I'm going with some cheesy handles I saw at Lowe's.
Well we should all join in the search for flame handles! maybe one of us could come up with some.

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Definitely... but her hubby is a conservative accountant....
ugh... I probably will never own a Harley! Poor girl...........
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