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Old 02-24-08, 11:58 PM   #1
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atomic zombie

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has anybody ever used any of their plans/ideas?

they look interesting and fairly simple, i dont want to have to pay for them if it just shows me pictures though, i can do that on my own
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Old 02-25-08, 12:42 AM   #2
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www.atomiczombie.com

has anybody ever used any of their plans/ideas?

they look interesting and fairly simple, i dont want to have to pay for them if it just shows me pictures though, i can do that on my own
I think that they give you fairly in depth instructions.
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Old 02-25-08, 01:11 AM   #3
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No, but I bought the book. It's great inspiration.
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Nope, but I do have one of their baseball jerseys.
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www.atomiczombie.com

has anybody ever used any of their plans/ideas?

they look interesting and fairly simple, i dont want to have to pay for them if it just shows me pictures though, i can do that on my own
I borrowed the book from the county library, and the only criticism I have is that the author says EMT (Electro Metallic Tubing) is just fine for frame building.
other than that, it's an excellent book that covers just about every type of frame configuration.
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I've got it, love it. Now I'm just wainting for my tax refund so i can buy a mig welder
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Old 02-26-08, 03:48 PM   #7
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ive got the book and have built the spincycle, it is pretty fun and all the plans usually leave alot of room for modifications, i would suggest it heavily, very in depth
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I never bought anything, but the sight is great. It is filled with a huge glossary or peoples pics. I am usually able to build from a good picture.
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