Next, we go to our ultra-high-tech tire changing station
(brass rod clamped in a vise with washers and tire irons) and slap on da’
I decided to skip Thanksgiving to chop, but a lot of the special parts I ordered
to use on the forward controls and the springer either came in wrong or didn’t
come in at all. I scored an antique taillight at a store in Louisville (Big Ox
told me he thinks it came off an old truck). So, I bided my choppin time with
some taillight and license plate fab. As you can see below, this thing was
nicely patina-ed, but, it cleaned-up nicely and surprisingly quickly with
Next, the taillight (cleaned-up version) and license plate frame are laid out on
a piece of scrap sheet metal so we can draw an outline to cut.
Here’s a rough cut of the frame and light holder.
And, with it angled, edge-sanded, and drilled.
Hey - you can visit Big Daddy
and his crew online at:
...tell 'em Warren sent ya.