You guys are part of this, without guidance from you and these other guys I would have a lot of unanswered questions. That’s invaluable to me!!!Having been there myself I'm enjoying your journey. Glad we old fellas can help, speaking of old fellas as myself only.
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Probably this stuff as the fold down pour tip and the ridges in the neck of the bottle are the same. The color of the container was red and white, but in over 30 years they probably made changes.
Thanks so much, but I’m only part of the way on the tank. I will be practicing my welding and finding the sweet spot on the power. Have some left over exhaust pipe to practice with.Very nicely done. Gas tanks are not easy to do. The bike will be a stand alone classic.
You are correct sir. The real journey begins now as I weld.Hi, Danny,
A very nice start and I was thinking to myself that now the real journey begins as you weld it up. That is the site. They have an impressive amount of things you didn't realize you needed.
Yea that’s probably what I will do as already recommended by Steve also.110 flux core sucks mostly.
MIG for joining and large fillet welds like pre sixty's Schwinn frame joints. TIG for fussy stuff.
When in doubt, farm it out.