Because I’d like to die with all my fingers on my hands, I made this clamp. It can be connected to the sled of the circular saw and it holds especially small pieces in position when cutting. It’s also good
After checking, double checking and checking again, I trusted my wiring harness enough to connect the batteries and test the starter. Worked fine. I also had sparks at all three spark plugs. But now, before I can run the engine
The electric for the XS750 is almost there. At least all the parts that are necessary to run the engine. After playing with the thought of using some fancy minimalistic push button solution at the handle bar and a micro
A scale for a parallel stop is something I’ve planned for a while now. Almost a year ago I bought this steel ruler for this purpose. But I was never really sure how to mount it. It’s got to be
After the problem with a broken bearing, my little saw is running fine again. When everything was in pieces anyway, I readjusted the whole thing and made a connection for the hover to collect the dust. I should have done
After one and a half year of use my little saw starts to make some trouble. I had the feeling for a while, there is something wrong. While cutting the number of revolutions haven’t been stable anymore. The saw turned slower, then
Classic Dodge in a very good condition. Spotted today close to Chiang Mai, Northern Thailand.
Decided to go for a reduced electric. As less parts are there as less can fail. I’ll use only the switches on the left side of the handle bar and the ignition lock for switching on/off the lights.