Time Management

When I got my frame back from Jordan Dickinson (after he straightened it) I set the bare cases and cylinder/head in the frame.  It fit about perfect with no shims needed.
The cases needed MAJOR work.  The heads too.  The cylinders needed modifications . . . one thing after another, and it's still occurring.  This thing has led an abusive life.
I call this my "gangster" fender style.  The front was damaged, so it got hacked.  It's come a long ways since a bare metal frame and hollow cases and heads . . .


3 comments:

lucky23design said...

Looking great so far. Wonderful seeing seeing the old girl come back to life in such capable hands!

Jon Cramer said...

Neat thing about old Harleys, anything short of a grenade, they can usually be saved. Gonna be a nice ride.

Noot said...

You can see Jon, the "thrown out parts" are coming back as "very useable parts." As long as we have guys practicing heli-arc and tig, all will never be lost.