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    Here?s my pipe popper. Built it years ago saw a better and safer design a while ago need to update


    My fork seal installers


    Engine jig

  • #2
    Great work, thanks, I'm looking forward to seeing other people's efforts too.
    Pete.
    '02 TL1000R.'04 450 EXC. '05 KX250F'16 200 EXC.

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    • #3
      My home made PDS shock tools:
      *Plunger for initial shock fill/pre bleed
      *Brass seal tool for getting seal head over shaft without damage
      *Resevoir clamp for ressy install/remove
      *Alignment bush for making sure pistons are aligned properly.
      Theres also a seal head compressor for dissasembly made out of a PVC coupler and a DU bush install/removal tool not pictured as this is an old pic

      2013 300 EXC_ meh ! nothin to rave about.But I do soooo like the E start....

      Heaps of riding +
      to Finke & back 2013....
      to Finke & back 2014
      should I change the piston @ 140 hrs prior
      to Finke & back 2015 ??
      04 300 EXC- 38,100 kms/812 hours of mallee single track fun.Bargain!psm-
      "just like Grandpa's axe..."

      No fuel pump.No fuel filter. No injector. No fuel mapping.No oil filter.No shims or adjuster screws. Just ride it

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      • #4
        Check this site out, not too much bike stuff but heaps of other stuff

        http://www.homemadetools.net/
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        • #5
          Nice work Blas'e, well done.
          Pete.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Brugger View Post
            Check this site out, not too much bike stuff but heaps of other stuff

            http://www.homemadetools.net/
            Wow, that was a several hour long diversion, and I only just scratched the surface. Great link. :grinning-
            Pete.
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            • #7


              Pretty much a copy of the racetech one, in principle anyhow. Working on clearing up the shed and building a specific bench for suspension. ATM my big vice has bolted in aluminium jaws with a nice V.

              Also made a collapsible, bolt together mousse changer/breaker but it pretty much looks like all the rest, just higher, so I don't have to work on my knees.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by ronnie... View Post


                Pretty much a copy of the racetech one, in principle anyhow.

                Also made a collapsible, bolt together mousse changer/breaker but it pretty much looks like all the rest, just higher, so I don't have to work on my knees.
                I like....
                Feel free to post up a schematic of its circuits :grinning-
                2013 300 EXC_ meh ! nothin to rave about.But I do soooo like the E start....

                Heaps of riding +
                to Finke & back 2013....
                to Finke & back 2014
                should I change the piston @ 140 hrs prior
                to Finke & back 2015 ??
                04 300 EXC- 38,100 kms/812 hours of mallee single track fun.Bargain!psm-
                "just like Grandpa's axe..."

                No fuel pump.No fuel filter. No injector. No fuel mapping.No oil filter.No shims or adjuster screws. Just ride it

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Blas'e View Post
                  I like....
                  Feel free to post up a schematic of its circuits :grinning-
                  Will have to wait, got a date with the pool and a lot of beer tonight.......40* here, I f&@n hate summer.

                  Always love your sig blase, I've got an axe, 2010 300 with over 300 hours and going strong.
                  One only goes online to ask for validation, not criticism, constructive or otherwise, of their thoughts.

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                  • #10
                    One of my favorite home made tools is the 2 foot long T-bar. Great for undoing fork/axle pinch bolts while clearing the top of the tyre.
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Brugger View Post
                      Check this site out, not too much bike stuff but heaps of other stuff

                      http://www.homemadetools.net/
                      Hi Guys,

                      Ken from HomemadeTools.net here. We appreciate the creativity and ingenious solutions found everywhere builders of homemade tools congregate.

                      If there's anything you'd like to see featured on our site, just say the word. We're always keeping our collective eyes out for more bike-related tools. As a builder myself (currently finishing the restoration of a '69 Triumph Bonneville), I'm definitely interested.

                      Ken

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                      • #12
                        Homemade tools are awesome

                        I love the creativeness and talent involved.
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                        • #13
                          Poprta powers are grouse.

                          Crank seperator.

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                          • #14
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                            Ignorance leads to confidence more often than knowledge does
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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by tmac450 View Post
                              Homemade tools are awesome

                              I love the creativeness and talent involved.
                              We couldn't agree more. There's nothing cooler than the applied skill(s) required to solve one's own building challenges.

                              Ken

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