Discussion in 'The Smokehouse' started by SKEETER McCLUSKEY, Jan 30, 2022.
It's all fun.... until the painting part.
Looks nice skeeter, is that the big Joe base modified?
Other than cutting the legs off no.lots of figuring trying to keep the wheel stance reasonable and still being able to incorporate the stand and have it come out the correct height....in comes drop axles....I offset the front spindles so I could get a little more turn before the tires rub the frame....I'm prolly gonna put steering stops in it later....the lone star has been up on 2 wheels before when going downhill around a corner and getting the tire caught in the frame
First coat of urethane on.
I really should be working on customer equipment
just give em a slab o ribs and they wont care either
Looking really good
Paint will be dry by morning.....should I put the pit together or work on customer stuff??
Depends on how much extra ya got floating around...
and how hongry ya are...
Well I'm standing here in the shop watchin paint dry and drinking beer....so I think I'm gonna work on the UDS project for a little bit...
The urethane lays down nice...it smells good too...although I grew up on acrylic enamel
What kind of paint equipment do you use?
The last 8 years or so I been using pps by 3m
Tsc paint and a mop for me!
The Skeeter cart is almost complete
These are the bushings for the wheel seals