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carolina Posted - 09/17/2017 : 08:22:42
Copy of a park 22 team stand.

Saran wrap down then bunch layers of carbon made the bb saddle:

The orange/now yellow piece of fglass holds the blk carbon saddle with tablespoon of windshield adhesive:


The yellow fork mount station (spray can) is just scrap metal round shop and 135mm skewer. All stations ride on piece of 8020 tube from ebay.

I'll make one more station slider that will be 170mm for rear axle. These can be made for all bikes.

Copy of 300$ park team work stand:


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carolina Posted - 10/15/2017 : 10:59:29
Originally posted by Lena01

hi all, my name is Lena)) I am a new member here )) thanks for your post , nice to meet you all here, in this web site


Lena, tell what u ride or want to build. Photos?

Lena01 Posted - 10/14/2017 : 03:49:04
hi all, my name is Lena)) I am a new member here )) thanks for your post , nice to meet you all here, in this web site

carolina Posted - 10/10/2017 : 14:25:01
Get your catalogs, i have patiently gathered 8020 and it's hardware (nuts, and T-bolts, angle braces, etc..) for many paychecks. Tinker toy or erector sets/remember. Rewarding and keeps parts straight and last forever hanging on the wall out of the way.


carolina Posted - 10/10/2017 : 14:16:27
Now painted yellow. "The orange piece"
1) piece of 3/8" fg layin around.
2) layers of cf over food wrap plastic for saddle. Make saddles for most all parts of frame or fork.
3) held in place with dow u-428 windshield adhesive ($10 on ebay)
4) i have ryobi cordless caulk gun, love it. Buy one and the dow u-428. Zillion kinds of uses.
5) two black T bolts that slide in the track, then snug up the nuts. Same with front axle/skewer starion.



AviationMetalSmith Posted - 10/10/2017 : 13:07:57
Your orange fiberglass photo is missing...
VictorSeit Posted - 10/10/2017 : 11:32:18
Awesome work Carolina! Thanks for sharing.

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