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    I am not always the smartest guy around and I take a bit more to learn than some folks. 1) I need to see what very good is or looks like, 2) I need to see what bad is. For whatever reason that is how I learn.

    So for ALL you welders out there, good bad or indifferent this website is for you.

    Sit back, relax, grab a cold one or a hot cup 'o Joe; look at the pics and READ the descriptions (NOTE: It is NOT advisable to read and drink at the same time)

    Scottsdale, AZ

    MillerMatic 211 AS
    Hypertherm PowerMax30
    Bernard 300 Amp Q Gun
    Bernard 200 Amp Q Gun
    Milwaukee Band-saw/stand
    10 Angle Grinders 8, 4 1/2" -2, 7"
    DeWalt Chop Saw
    Craftsman Twin-Blade Saw
    12 Ton Shop Press
    Optrel Satellite Helmet
    Miller Elite Helmet

  • #2
    All they need now is a saying on the side that says "Hold My Beer & Watch This"

    It is easy to see there was more detail put into the paint than anything else on the whatever you call that thing.

    No welding on this link but I cant believe somebody did this to a beautiful 2003 Anniversary Edition bike. Maybe they are all related somehow.

    What else is there besides welding and riding. Besides that

    Miller Thunderbolt XL 300/200 AC/DC
    Hobart Handler 187
    Dewalt Chop Saw
    4" Air Grinder
    Die Grinder
    Rigid Drill Press
    Kellogg 10hp Air Compressor

    2009 FXDC


    • #3
      Absolutely hillarious!
      Dynasty 200DX, first generation
      Makita 5" grinder
      Makita 14" abrasive saw
      IR SS5L compressor
      Whole bunch of hand/air tools.
      and a wish list a mile long


      • #4
        Not crazy about the language, even tho I sometimes use it myself.
        Amazing what somepeople are proud of.
        My favorite saying, " no matter how much you polish a turd it's still a piece of crap" (original).
        Tim Beeker,
        T-N-J Industries
        (my side bussiness)

        Miller Synchrowave 350LX with tigrunner
        Esab 450i with wire feeder
        HH135 mig
        Thermal Dynamics cutmaster 51 plasma cutter
        Miller aircrafter 330 - sold
        Marathon 315mm coldsaw
        vertical and horizontal band saws
        table saw
        Dewalt cut off saw
        Sand blast cabinet
        lots of hand grinders
        Harris torch
        beer fridge


        • #5
          no matter how much you polish a turd it's still a piece of crap
          that about covers it. i'm glad i don't live any where near those trucks, just think how many are on the road.
          No welding on this link but I cant believe somebody did this to a beautiful 2003 Anniversary Edition bike
          some people will F-up any thing, and think its better that way. if you are going to make a custom bike make it worth looking at or don't bother.
          "custom one of a kind POS pipes" it should have read. too many people have too much $$ and not enough holding up their hat.
          thanks for the help
          hope i helped
          feel free to shoot me an e-mail direct i have time to chat.
          summer is here, plant a tree. if you don't have space or time to plant one sponsor some one else to plant one for you. a tree is an investment in our planet, help it out.


          • #6
            Ok those trucks are frightening in my own opinion If your gonna build a monster truck do it right make it be able to accommodate the 8ft tall tires and have it run on alcohol injected engine. Also spend some hard earned cash and have a real fabricator build the frame.