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  1. #21
    well done love the unique aspect of this build

  2. #22
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    Very nice work brother. I love seeing these older scoots getting some love. Looking great

  3. #23
    This dude has skillzzzz! Great work thus far can't wait to see the end result
    Big dreams small pockets!!!

  4. #24
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    Nice work man, can tell you gotta plan!
    SMOKE

    Project G'Old S'Cool - build thread
    http://choppedbaggers.com/forums/sho...t-G-Old-S-Cool

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    What size lines did you use? -4 or -6 or -8.. You've inspired me to change mine!!
    Thanks for being a part of my world..

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    Oh and you're doing a sweet ass job!
    Thanks for being a part of my world..

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  7. #27
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    hey thanks Man !
    I went with 6AN
    I learned a lot about Hong Kong fittings, 1, they take a long time to get, 2, they strip easily
    also be sure not to try and mix the teflon hoses with the fittings that don't expect the teflon lined hoses ( is was like a lawn sprinkler)
    i also sugest to stay with russell, bit more money but great equipment.
    You can't put the 180 degree fittings next to each other, can't tighten the front one, they touch. raise the front one with a extension nipple.
    here is a quick list of the parts that worked for me i got on ebay.

    FRA-118006-CL Clear -6 AN 180 Degree Swivel Hose End Fitting

    GAR-7120PA2X2 Chrome 1/8" NPT Female to 1/8" NPT Male Coupler Fitting Extender

    Russell 660450 Straight Male Adapter Fitting AN6 -6 Flare to 1/8 NPT Pipe

    Russell 632060 Hose ProFlex Braided Stainless Steel -6 AN 6 ft. Length Each
    Last edited by AND220; 11-25-2015 at 10:43 PM. Reason: spelling

  8. #28
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    Hey man, this is looking great. Nice work. I just seen that you posted in my thread about questions on your build. What's up?

  9. #29
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    Tapping the OP gauge into the cap nut looks great. You must have a steady hand. Good details.

  10. #30
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    no biggi, just a tilting machinist vice and drill press

 

 
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