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  1. Adam

    Adam Well-Known Member

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    Hard to see, but the sidecar on the motorcycle has a small vertical tail and plastic nose cone, like an old bomber.. I thought it was cool.

    The “Adirondack” type chair is made from titanium exhaust pipes; I sat in it and it wasn’t uncomfortable, but could use a pad.

    Oh, and I did learn to Tig weld at the Lincoln booth. I thought it would be harder because you have the torch in one hand, filler rod in the other, and the pedal. But the Tig arc is very precise and easy to control, compared to Mig, IMO.

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    rbbruno3 Well-Known Member

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    Cool stuff , thanks for sharing
     
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    Really like that titanium chair
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    That side car is really cool.
    the fitech 6 pack looks pretty cool!
     
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    Thanks for sharing, would love to get there one year.
     
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    Adam Well-Known Member

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    It’s like a religious pilgrimage, you must go at least once in your life... j/k. Definitely a must see, and you need at least two days, three would be better but I walked so much I had blisters, sore feet, and sore hip joints. I was walking around like an 80 year old, who crapped his pants, j/k

    Probably walked 8-9 miles per day..