Saturday, February 25, 2012
This was the main purpose of my trip to Milwaukee. I helped Ben and the PCI Group (Cook Customs) build their own frame jig. They flew me out for the week to help finalize the jig and give Ben some pointers on how to utilize the jig. It’s not like they don’t know how to use it but, there are key reference points and assembly procedures that are unique to every jig.
Ben started out by media blasting the old cast frame parts.
Here’s Ben cleaning out the old bondo.
Tacking the down tubes in.
Notice the piece of tubing in the loops hole to keep it all square to the table.
A shot of Ben’s welding skills.
The finished product.
Friday, February 24, 2012
Texas Bike Works joins the party
We have stepped up and offered a few of his Tex-Star Points covers for the goodie box. We have also thrown in a few of our shop shirts for the Just Kickers guys to hand out. Should be a great event. Check it out and go.
Wednesday, February 22, 2012
Wednesday, February 15, 2012
Colleen is a sweet hart. On one of the nights I was in town she cooked dinner for all the guys. Her meat ball sandwich was awesome. The other cool thing she did was. She was responsible for the “back stage” tour at the Harley museum. It’s funny she was not in any of the pics I had from my trip. I guess that’s the down side to being a photographer, your never in any of the pictures. Unfortunately this was the only time I got to spend with her. She’s an awesome chic and lots of fun to be around. Thanks Colleen.
Tuesday, February 14, 2012
To read more about the build click on the link below.
I want to thank Jeff Najar, Keith Ball and Chris Callan for inviting me to be a part of the build.