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On 30/01/2021 at 21:48, Kimjon said:

Take a giant chunk of walnut, add a significantly heavier chunk of metal and voila!!

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Fuck yeah!!

Will worry about attachments etc another day. Just looks good sitting there atm.

That’s a very nice looking anvil, it’s a forged Peater Wright from the 19th century, the top face is high carbon steel forge welded to the body.

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Il probably weld the top part (can spin it around which is funny, but gives it a little more play and not really needed). Otherwise its ok when the bike is jacked up in the right spot. i jacked it right off the ground and walked around in the shed for a while and it didnt fall off, most stable when the front wheel is on the ground and taking a bit of weight

The gears of the jack naturally have a couple mm play in them

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2 minutes ago, crash said:

Noice and simple.

weld big nut on end, battery drill/driver, max revs, quick smart.

i dont do that because im not gona wait around while my drill charges every time lol. could use a ratchet but a screw driver through the hole is how i usually do it

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