Bouncer build at Motobilt

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  1. Motobilt

    Motobilt Well-Known Member

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    This is Bobby and I'm posting some pics of the bouncer build here at Motobilt for Dan. I'm sure he will chime in with more information.
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    Killer. Can we get some wide shots of the entire build? Looks awesome.
     
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    I dig how you rapped it around the dash.
     
  5. Motobilt

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    Sweet. Are you cutting your bolt holes on the table?
     
  7. Motobilt

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    Yes they are cut with the Torchmate table!
     
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    Bobby posted above for me. To clarify. On smaller gauge materials we cut a finished hole on the table. On thicker materials like 3/16 and up we will cut the hole on the table and then simply run a construction reamer through the hole for a more precise fitment.

    Here are examples of the reamers for those interested.
    http://www.mscdirect.com/browse/tn/Holemaking/Reamers/Bridge/Construction-Reamers?navid=12106086

    Let us know if we can ever any any questions for you guys. Bobby will be posting some on here for me. I don't always have time to get on the forums. If you need me direct feel free to email me or call the shop.

    Thanks
    Dan DuBose
     
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    Yeah I will get some pics posted for you.

    Dan
     
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    Monday funday grinding it out. Our shop is divided into three sections. This part of the shop is where I spend most of my time. image.jpeg
     
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    That stuff is way too nice for a bouncer. At least it will still look good up side down.
     
  14. Motobilt

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    LOL yeah we might be adding a little too much detail work to Evan's rock bouncer. I am having a good time with it. -Dan
     
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    Thanks. How much do you under size your holes, if any?
     
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    If it is 1/8" or less we cut it to the actual size and will ream it out if necessary. On 3/16" or thicker we may under size it then ream it depending on how the part is used. i.e a shock mount where the hole needs to be tight against a bolt.
    Thanks,
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    You do amazing work. Looks great. I agree with Kevin L, way to nice to be in the rocks! What's planned for paint or powder color?
     
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    that is sweetness.... I want to see this thing roll down a hill a few times;);)o_Oo_O
     

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