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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by cruzincougar, May 4, 2013.

  1. Found a great web site for home builders:
    www.homemadetools.net
    or see how many hits you get doing a google search, or bing search, for home made tools
     
  2. clockwork31
    Joined: Sep 28, 2010
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    cool website thanks!
     
  3. Never saw that site before. Thank you.
     
  4. PHQ2
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    Good info, thanks.
     
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  5. Reman
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    Man that is one cool ass site! Thanks for putting it up.
     
  6. Homemade44
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    Lots of the items on the site have been taken from post on different site without the permission of the person that made the post. They did give credit and post links to the original post.
     
  7. KenHMT
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  8. kidcampbell71
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    pretty funny....maybe I should submit my anti billet belt adjustment wrench to add a double j tool post. Had to grind a Proto open end wrench to about a one eighth inch thickness to adjust my first and last March pulley kit for a SBC. Still pissed at that company. Tossed the kit, kept the wrench.
    Blech ! Billet still makes me sick.
     
  9. KenHMT
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    Hi kidcampbell71,

    By all means, let's see that wrench. Throw up a photo and anything else you'd like to say about it and we'll chalk up another JJ tool.

    Ken
     
  10. choppedtudor
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    anyone can grind a wrench down...let's see you weld it back up to stock thickness...maybe if just for fun.
     
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  12. KenHMT
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    Ken here from HomemadeTools.net.

    I know this thread is an old one, but thanks for the link! :)

    To celebrate our 20,000th homemade tool, we made a new ebook featuring our top 50 homemade tools. You guys are welcome to it for free:

    http://download.homemadetools.net/50MustReadTools.pdf

    [​IMG]
     
  13. atch
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    Thanx, man!!!

    Downloaded.

    Now I'll be spending the next few hours perusing it.

    I've got important stuff to do today, but reading this just rose to the top of the heap.

    b-t-w; I'm atch on HMT also.
     
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  14. KenHMT
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    You're very welcome! [​IMG]

    Hope you enjoy the new ebook; stop by the forum and let us know what you thought of it.

    Ken
     
  15. 40HeavyChevy
    Joined: Apr 29, 2012
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    Sort of on topic, I spent some time on the water recently and found myself wondering if anyone has used an outboard engine trim actuator to power any homemade tooling. Possibly a tubing bender or some other type of tool. It's a self-contained 12v unit that could probably be adapted pretty easily to something I'm sure. Not sure how much torque they actually put out, but just a thought.


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