Thread: What workout did you do today?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ColonusFan View Post
    The bronze is under his THUMB, finishing weld joints is almost as important as the connection it self. Metal work is some times WORK. I'm waiting for the X-ray inspection to view completeness of the labor.
    it's ALWAYS work!!!!! hard shit, yo. you seem to know about metal........no X-rays of my joints but i have done lots of destructive testing......they are solid. my dad was a boiler welder & my granddad welded carnival rides like the tilt-a-whorl for over 40yrs.......their stuff got X-rayed, youbetcha......here is an un-filed fillet.

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    and the finished product........

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    and the big picture. i still love bicycles......plus, it pays well!

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    Nice shots Steve and Jon ! Glad to hear everyone else is getting after it

    Puncture wound is healing up decently. Climbed & bouldered in the gym 3 times last week. Went hiking and mountain-biking too : 31 miles / 5000' total.





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    Quote Originally Posted by steve garro View Post
    it is super thin wall - .6mm - .9mm.......can't TIG without being able to use a foot pedal well - you *can* get a hand control TIG torch but they are notoriously finicky. Al Berg builds frames in a chair in BC, Canada using TIG. i heard it was quite the learing curve from him & our mutual teacher........plus, i am considered one of the best fillet brazers in the USA almost one year backlog on frames!
    That is some thin stuff. I use a tig but mostly weld no thinner than .060. Mostly building offroad cars and roll cages. I use a hand amptrol which really isn't bad but isn't a perfect situation either, especially out of position welds from a wheelchair but I've gotten used to it. Definitely nice looking brazes! Sorry for getting off-topic.

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    New Vitaglide is kickin' my butt. I thought I would do good sessions on lowest level, yeah right. I'm only good for a couple minutes at a time.

    Damn I'm outta shape.
    "a T10, who'd Rather be ridin'; than rollin'"

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    HIT cardio for about an hour today..finally got my HR to 100!

    Weights and light cardio tomorrow..
    C5-6 - 22 years

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    Spent an hour spinning at a higher cadence. My HR is slowly creeping up I stayed over 100 and spent 10 minutes above 120. I'm getting there slowly.
    "I do mind, the Dude minds. This will not stand, ya know, this aggression will not stand, man"

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    Gear cranking

    I was spending some well needed time cleaning out the cobwebs on the local bike trail until I saw this:

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