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Project by Baxter5 posted 1987 days ago 1950 views 7 times favorited 7 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Again a friend needed a place to route for the stealers so I had to help. What these Pix’s do not show is there is a Harly bar & shield on the top of this…..not sure where that pix went….lighting was bad could not bet a good pix.

-- J. Jacobson, Rockford Illinois,

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#1 posted 1987 days ago

Nice bar!

-- Charlie M. "Woodworking - patience = firewood"

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22 posts in 1987 days

#2 posted 1987 days ago

Thanks Charlie

-- J. Jacobson, Rockford Illinois,

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#3 posted 1987 days ago

Very nice bar. I like to see it in its finish
Great job.

-- masrol, kuala lumpur, MY.

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#4 posted 1986 days ago

Very nice bar, and the right team to cheer for! What type of wood?

-- Brian, Lebanon PA, If you aren’t having fun doing it, find something else to do.

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#5 posted 1986 days ago

Great job! I am a big fan of red oak (That answers Brian’s question for you if I am correct.) and this is a great use of it. I am most impressed with what I will call the corner brackets you made. They look great and add a unique artistic design to the piece. I too am interested in seeing it with the finish on it. Do you plan to stain it or leave it natural before applying the protective coats?

-- On the eighth day God was back in His woodworking shop! Lenny, East Providence, RI

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#6 posted 1986 days ago

WOW….gusssed the species from the pix very impressive I will know refer to you as agent Gibbs(if your a NCIS fan I am deffinatly a Denozo) As far as the finish I made this for a friend and will have to get a pix of it. The top is the best there is a Harley sign on the top. I don’t understand your question about corner brackets. there are no “brackets” just cornores that are screwed together from the back. I hope that answers your question.

-- J. Jacobson, Rockford Illinois,

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#7 posted 924 days ago

great project. do you have any finished photos?

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