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Miller-Ford V-8 Indy Car

Rick Eggers   USA — Posted on The CycleKart Club
Tuesday December 12, 2017 5:40 PM



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2017-12-16 11:20:41 # 46973
Comment by Brian Woods
I was thinking about engine turning my sash panel as well.But, I have never done it before, and friends that have , say it is a laborious task.Please post or send pictures, I would love to see how it turned out...pardon the pun.Brian
2017-12-16 20:05:59 # 46991
Comment by Rick Eggers
Hey Brian,See the new post with pictures and descriptions of the process.Now that I've figured out a good way to do it, the next one won't be so bad.
2017-12-16 22:04:32 # 46996
Comment by Brian Woods
Thanks RickI have talked to guys that put pencils, eraser down in their drill press to turn small circle in small panels.Yours looks fabulous in the pictures.Brian
2017-12-16 22:14:12 # 46997
Comment by Rick Eggers
Thanks. I heard about the pencil method too, but I needed bigger circles for a large panel.

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