[Dibico Project Journal - Part 9]

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Sun is shining.
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Not really sure what view of the bike I like the most. The wide back or the sharp front?

Okey, time to stop playing around with the bike and to continue with the work. Because there is a lot of work left I can assure you.

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Thought I could use a clutch pedal.
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Don't need this one no more.

In the other workshop that I built together with my dad we "installed" a I-beam in the roof to be able to lift things around. And as you have seen in the previous photos I used it a lot for the most difficult moments. You know , like lifting the engine out of the frame, lifting the frame down to weld it, lifting the bike down from the wagon. Yes I used it a lot so therefore you can imagine that I wanted a similar beam in the new workshop. Said and done, I started building some columns to put a beam on.

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Starting to build the columns using 4 U-beams.
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Welding them together.
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Made some plates for the columns.
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That's it.
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Painted them black.
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And put them to place, I had to use pallets to get it up. (i estimate the weight to around130kg).
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Using my new lift gear to demount the front fork.
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Time to make some threads.
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Screws.
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I made a fixture to be able to lift the bike without the fork to flip.
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I made a hook to make it easier to lift.
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Weighing him, heavy bastard.
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Building some linkage for the front suspension.
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Front fender
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Standing on the frame looking loow.

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