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 Posted: Thu Jan 11th, 2018 07:12 pm
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Richard Daugird
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Just got a beautiful cage and blade from Ted for my Pancake. 


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 Posted: Thu Jan 11th, 2018 07:27 pm
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Beautiful indeed!!!  Did you have a hub to start with and have blades made, or is it all custom parts? I'm just curious what the starting point was. 

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Richard Daugird
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All from scratch

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Ted does wonderful work!

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Beautiful!

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I'll post some pictures of the hub with oil slinger(I think?) grooves tonight

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It should be illegal to sell one of those without a welding shield.

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Richard Daugird
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The screw is my original. The brass is Ted’s work. Pictures don’t do it justice.

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Richard, I am wondering what the GE monogram badge looks like when removed from the cage and what the center of the cage looks like from both sides when the GE monogram is removed.   If you can take 4 photos, front and back of each side, and post it will clear that up for me.  Looks like Ted nailed it as close as he could.  Is the GE badge stamped as if it's from an original GE cage or cast reproduction?

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