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    Nice jigs. Looks like you need a rear long through rivet jig though. They are a little flat it appears.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1biggun View Post
    NICE LOOKING BUILD. YOU BUDDY MAKES SOME NICE LOOKING TOOLS.
    No kidding - those are some great "diy" jigs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by akblue View Post
    Nice jigs. Looks like you need a rear long through rivet jig though. They are a little flat it appears.
    Yeah that's the way I do mine. I'm too cheap to buy a jig just to make the end pretty. LOL.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2ndAmendican View Post
    Yeah that's the way I do mine. I'm too cheap to buy a jig just to make the end pretty. LOL.
    Two home made bucking plates and a shop vise can result in nicely formed rivet heads. Zero cost. Just FYI.

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    Quote Originally Posted by akblue View Post
    Two home made bucking plates and a shop vise can result in nicely formed rivet heads. Zero cost. Just FYI.
    I think this is the way I will be going, thanks for the idea.

    Great build for your first time out, hoping I can do as nice a job

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    Quote Originally Posted by akblue View Post
    Two home made bucking plates and a shop vise can result in nicely formed rivet heads. Zero cost. Just FYI.

    That's a good idea akblue. I have a plate with the rivet head sized cup that I put on the left side, and then I crush the rivet tail with a hammer. I never really thought about making another plate, and using the vice to crush it. Thanks. I'll have to do that on my next build. (if I can ever afford another one. LOL)
    Enforcement, NOT Amnesty!!!!!!

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    oops
    Last edited by akblue; 02-21-2013 at 05:38 PM.

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    Very nice work. Great job!

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    Agreed. Nice work indeed.

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