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Old 06-30-2015, 04:43 PM
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Just a little F1 metal work

Well I started doing some metal replacement on the F1. 4 months ago I bought a cheap english wheel and a sheet of 18 ga steel and just turned my sons loose to learn it. I fiqured i was too old to amount to any greatness on it but they could have fun with
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Looks good. I had good luck with these metal clamps. They create a 1/16 margin making it easy to MIG. Tacked inbetween and welded up a little at a time hammering the welds and going slow enough to let the metal cool down. Another first for me too.
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Well I started doing some metal replacement on the F1. 4 months ago I bought a cheap english wheel and a sheet of 18 ga steel and just turned my sons loose to learn it.
Looks good. I'm glad to see someone getting their children involved in this "hobby".
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Looks good. I'm glad to see someone getting their children involved in this "hobby".
I think the secret is to teach sometimes and play dumb sometimes so they can try to out shine you. The day they made some great fittings pieces i came home to 2 excited boys that just about carried me to the garage.
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I think the secret is to teach sometimes and play dumb sometimes so they can try to out shine you. The day they made some great fittings pieces i came home to 2 excited boys that just about carried me to the garage.
That's just awesome right there. Great work!

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