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Old 05-24-18, 08:23 AM
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Originally Posted by TheEnthusiast View Post
As we all know, its the dead of winter, and I'm in the ***hole of it all here in southern Missouri. I'm dying for Spring to come sooner so that I can take my old restored ten speeds out for a spin. Well I need some advice on how to make a bicycle roller at home because its way to cold and windy outside. I don't know if that's what they call them but it has one roller in the front and two in the back.


Thanks guys,
Ricky

what kind of machine/hand/woodworking tools are in your shop..?

Rollers need ro be turned smooth and accurately round, even if you make end caps for plastic tube, the combined drum should be turned as a whole...


have a plywood veneer making sawmill? they stop at a certain point. and leave a pretty cylindrical log..




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