Monday, May 9, 2011

site gauges are cool


We spent mothers day at the shop shooting a technical video with my friend Gina on how to install one of our oil tank site gauges. I figured I would put one on my 36, I am sure that a lot of you are cringing at the thought of drilling a couple of .25 holes into a seamless early 36 oil tank, but it really wasn't that hard, and if I ever want to go back to stock, I can just weld the holes up.


Here is a picture of Gina and all of her gear. Check out the fancy light, carl's cycle supply Gina apron, camera, and bottle of orangina. Gina rules and is a great friend and talented videographer.




Here is a picture of Brittney doing final assembly on a bunch of site gauges. Order yours now.

4 comments:

  1. do u have to weld thos site gauges? can they be used on gas tanks?

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  2. Hello. Great stuff on your blog.In your blog header pic the knuckle lifter blocks and oil pump are painted/powder coated white right? Interesting look, is that a factory or custom thing to do from way back or just your own touch? Either way, looks cool..

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