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Thread: "John Sosta" Dark Tequila Sunrise Xmag

  1. #31
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    Www that's super nice

    sorry about the battery back, didn't know they were handed

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    Very nice!
    Project came together very well

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    tbaggin: There is something very satisfing about restoring a mag. Even though the platform is over 10+ years old it still holds up quite well!!

    knownothingmags: Everything has a price, but I may still be stuck on 2008-2009 xmag prices :-)

    RST: Thanks bro! I'm glad that you scooped up the rest of Vikki's xmags. You have a pretty nice collection of xmags yourself so that means alot to me!!

    Renie: I still think it came out amazing. I really appreciate you taking the time out to make that for me. I had a few quotes from other machinists saying that it would take a few months, maybe towards the end of the year to complete it. Luckily, that wasn't the case. I'm really glad with the end result.

    Imasho:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bunny
    tbaggin: There is something very satisfing about restoring a mag. Even though the platform is over 10+ years old it still holds up quite well!!

    knownothingmags: Everything has a price, but I may still be stuck on 2008-2009 xmag prices :-)

    RST: Thanks bro! I'm glad that you scooped up the rest of Vikki's xmags. You have a pretty nice collection of xmags yourself so that means alot to me!!

    Renie: I still think it came out amazing. I really appreciate you taking the time out to make that for me. I had a few quotes from other machinists saying that it would take a few months, maybe towards the end of the year to complete it. Luckily, that wasn't the case. I'm really glad with the end result.

    Imasho:

    i take it the battery hands it? could you not reverse the battery terminals??

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    I would like to get one or two of them high polished and annoed, but it is not easy to find the right shop to do that in Germany or Europe (sending overseas would eat way to much money + it would be a hassle with German Customs )

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    Renie: I think I would have to milled the internal part of the battery pack. Luckily I really like how it came out so there will be no sharp objects near this

    Click picture for hi-res
    <a href="https://dl.dropbox.com/u/6823946/Personal%20PB/batterypack1.JPG"><img src="https://dl.dropbox.com/u/6823946/Personal%20PB/batterypack1.JPG" width="600" height="450"></img></a>

    <a href="https://dl.dropbox.com/u/6823946/Personal%20PB/batterypack2.JPG"><img src="https://dl.dropbox.com/u/6823946/Personal%20PB/batterypack2.JPG" width="600" height="450"></img></a>

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    Double Post...

    Tunaman found the missing Warp Left Breach

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    Quote Originally Posted by renie
    Www that's super nice

    sorry about the battery back, didn't know they were handed
    Soooo, what does "handed" mean?

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke
    Soooo, what does "handed" mean?
    right handed, left handed... Think he didnt realize the battery case only mounted one way.

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