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My last work on a jeep ...

crobojancrobojan Posts: 13Member
Worked on carbon...

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  • NotSoFastNotSoFast Posts: 3,147Member, Moderator El Moderator
    Just curious... any reason the pattern is at 90 degrees to the parts as opposed to the 45 degrees that is standard? It being set square just looks strange. Other than that, the work looks very good.
  • crobojancrobojan Posts: 13Member
    ... I know the problem was something that nothing could be disassembled ... and there are no parts if it is broken ... so I had to do this ...
  • NotSoFastNotSoFast Posts: 3,147Member, Moderator El Moderator
    crobojan said:

    ... I know the problem was something that nothing could be disassembled ... and there are no parts if it is broken ... so I had to do this ...

    Just turn the parts 45 degrees when you dip them. No further disassembly required.
  • crobojancrobojan Posts: 13Member
    NotSoFast said:
    ... I know the problem was something that nothing could be disassembled ... and there are no parts if it is broken ... so I had to do this ...
    Just turn the parts 45 degrees when you dip them. No further disassembly required.
    Ok ... thank you for your advice ...
  • K2ConceptsK2Concepts Posts: 12,761Administrator El Jefe
    Nice....
  • PanamaCityHydroPanamaCityHydro Posts: 541Member ✭✭✭
    well done, that's a lot of irritating carbon work. wheels came out super nice.
  • Whiskeyjack91Whiskeyjack91 Posts: 11Member
    It looks great!
  • crobojancrobojan Posts: 13Member
    Thanks... =) =)
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