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    [QUOTE=ICEBOX;1740560]Done a little work this weekend ,,



    What did you use to hollow out the risers and make them look so good?? I tried, and it looks like scrap aluminum!!

    -Josh

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    [QUOTE=gottattooz;1740569]
    Quote Originally Posted by ICEBOX View Post
    Done a little work this weekend ,,



    What did you use to hollow out the risers and make them look so good?? I tried, and it looks like scrap aluminum!!

    -Josh

    yes please tell us your secret. That looks great! Would like to try that.
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    Coming along nicely. The air filters are sick! :thumbup:

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    [QUOTE=Andy33;1740581]
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    yes please tell us your secret. That looks great! Would like to try that.


    Let me get the other side completed and THEN we'll share the "secrets"...want to make sure I can do it twice. Ha ha

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    Here's what mine look like right now.





    -Josh
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    Cool Scrap metal

    [QUOTE=gottattooz;1740718]Here's what mine look like right now.





    Yikes!!

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    oh you guys and your risers..... hehehe

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    Cool One down, one to go....




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    the brushed look looks good.

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    Great look there...well done !!
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    there is so much we can modify the stock stuff looks great Ice once you get it chromed that baby is looking custom well it is custom. work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NSRiar View Post
    there is so much we can modify the stock stuff looks great Ice once you get it chromed that baby is looking custom well it is custom. work.
    Somehow, I doubt they will get chromed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by swatcop View Post
    Somehow, I doubt they will get chromed.
    Hey it was a suggestion there is this great place in Houston and a guy who does Chrome i thought i would advertise for him, he is currently doing one of my tank and i hears hes good at it.

    By looking at the exhuast and spacers on air intake my guess is it be a brushed steel finish.

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    Josh, have you tried a die grinder with a pencil bit like you use to port and polish intakes and heads?
    ]I would rather be homeless than chromeless. She's got a few shinny do-dads on her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by liquidpain View Post


    Really like the look of this. how much time do you have into these?
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    Cool Customized risers

    Quote Originally Posted by Andy33 View Post
    Really like the look of this. how much time do you have into these?


    Andy33....because I'm a little anal, (I know what some of you are thinking, ha ha), but about 5 hours on each side. Shouldn't take THAT long, but, I want it to be "RIGHT", for Project Liquid Ice

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    On the bright side it was 5 hours well spent, looking good

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    Quote Originally Posted by liquidpain View Post
    Andy33....because I'm a little anal, (I know what some of you are thinking, ha ha), but about 5 hours on each side. Shouldn't take THAT long, but, I want it to be "RIGHT", for Project Liquid Ice
    i get that!
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    Looking good boys. I need to swing by and take a peak.

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    this should be like a tv show when we come to check we should have a new episode. damn it the wait is killing us lol.

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    I was wanting to cut my risers out the same way but maybe chrome them.

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    Cool We're talking to the cable companies now....lol

    Quote Originally Posted by NSRiar View Post
    this should be like a tv show when we come to check we should have a new episode. damn it the wait is killing us lol.

    Bwahhaaaaa...

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    Cool I'll try to give some details this next week..

    Quote Originally Posted by dre319 View Post
    I was wanting to cut my risers out the same way but maybe chrome them.

    For those that are interested in cutting out the risers, I'll try to give you some details this next week, on how we did it. It looks like to worked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by liquidpain View Post
    For those that are interested in cutting out the risers, I'll try to give you some details this next week, on how we did it. It looks like to worked.

    Jerry..is this your secret?? This how Ive done it.


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    "You cant argue with my 9mm..........well you can, but you'll end up bleeding alot"
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    15 years ago I worked for a guy who made always different size
    stainless steel stairs ramps , and guards , the pipe handrail
    made out of stainless , had to be sanded after it was
    ((made to measure )) welded , we had a tool that I had never seen before
    to reach in tight spots , it might be usefull for that kind of project .
    A beltsander , the belt is 1/4 inch wide , and there is a 1/8 wide belt available
    somehow that belt stayed on 2 wheels that turned a few inches apart
    and you could work the belt into the tyniest of spots .
    .
    found some tool that looks a little like it with Google .
    those here are like regular beltsander , only smaller
    but we used one with belt turning on 2 wheels that were
    mounted on the end of 2 legs looking like scissors so
    you could sand and push the belt down , it would take the
    shape of the pipe , and turn like 12,000 RPM , NUTS .
    If you want one , BRING MONEY !!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deester View Post
    Jerry..is this your secret?? This how Ive done it.

    Hey. Thats cheating. Real modders do stuff like that with hand tools and spend hours on end.
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    Cool Done



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    Hey Jerry I know a good chrome guy if you want to get the risers chromed. Just let me know I'll hook you up with him. LOL

    For More information check out my WEBSITE HERE!!!

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    Cool

    Quote Originally Posted by Sly Dog View Post
    Hey ICEBOX/liquidpain, I see allot of woodworking tools in the garage. Who's Hobby or Trade? I actually claim to be a finish carpenter/cabinet maker more than anything else I have done/do. Got out of making money with my hands (building things) since doing that to put food on the table was taking the love out of it all. Customers can be difficult to say the least

    Looks like some serious love into those risers

    Sly
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    The garage belongs to a friend of mine in the Houston area. He enjoys woodworking, but likes working on custom cars, trucks and bikes more, these days. As part of my homework from IceBox, he gives me a few little things I can do while at home in Houston. I think it's more of a deal where I'll stay home and out of his hair. Ha ha

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