Mike

Performance Auto Fabrication Fabrication Pictures

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I've got some that I can post up. crap pictures and I lost a lot of the beginning stages of the project. Georgia buggy type deal dubbed "the log hog" :)


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Pate, you need to find a nice diesel Kabota and add a turbo to do lawn tractor pulling! :up:

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By the time I got done, I could buy me a good Farmall M puller.......

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Mike, do you have a lathe that will:


 



 


 


I need a handful of 4' long or better steel precision rollers cut. Raw stock will likely be 2" DOM tube or pipe at your preference. I'll need the first inch or so of both ends bored true to a center line and then the entire outside turned true and parallel to said center line. Precision is a rough term in all this. I only need it to hold a few thousands over any given foot. Plus end caps.

 


If you, I will link you up. 


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I coulda sold a million of those. Mexican guys ate em up

Did they come with 100 miles of extension cord?  :)

 

Neat project!

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Did they come with 100 miles of extension cord?  :)

 

Neat project!

 

yeah that's why I did it for a truck ;)

 

I was still testing it at that point. that was before I cut out the brake light too

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Another intake conversion.  This time it's not a buick part.  This intake is painted, and even though I ground 1/2" all around the bung, it's welding like crap.  


 


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And a buick intake I'm doing at the same time.  Customer supplied the bungs and I kinda don't like them, but gotta get it done.


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So after letting the manifold cool off overnight it goes back in the mill to machine the injector holes.


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Finished product


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Then I get to spend time with my favorite tool, the die grinder.  Cleaning up the remaining bung hanging into the runner.


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Mike if you don't mind me asking what kind of tool is that? Almost looks like a reamer but I zoomed in and it doesn't anymore. Never seen anything like that yet

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