An ATV Roller/Crimper

Discussion in 'How to Build Stuff' started by Semisane, Apr 29, 2018.

  1. Semisane

    Semisane Active Member

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    I posted this one a few years back using Photobucket and the 3rd. party picture host. Those pictures no longer show because I refuse tp pay Photobucket's newly implemented ridiculous fee for hosting. After recently receiving a request for the photos from a forum member I opened a Flickr account and put the pictures there. So, here they are for better or worse.


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    Semisane Active Member

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    DocHolladay Well-Known Member

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    Looks good! The bouncing probably helps crush the stems, I don't know what it does for your ride and the suspension pf the atv.
     
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    Another "above my pay grade" example of guys on here getting it done with ingenuity. Take some pics when you put it to use!
     
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    I just run over mine with my harrows set straight.
     
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    Yeah, but you have to have harrows to do that and the equipment to pull them.
     
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    Understand. Was just pointing out how I do it.
     
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    Nice job on the project.. I cant tip my hat to you since I don't have one on, so I'll drink a beer for ya instead. Again great thinking out side of the box.
     
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    Very impressive!!!
     
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    This is super cool! Great job. I may take a stab at this.....
     
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    How does it work? Is it heavy enough to crimp, but not cut the stems?
     

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