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Cast Aluminum Tiger I Anhangerskupplungen for sale


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Brian Leach

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 19, 2010 3:12 pm    Post subject: Cast Aluminum Tiger I Anhangerskupplungen for sale Download Post Reply with quote

Howdy All,

I have made some Tiger I Anhangerkupplungen.

I am selling these for US $60. Postage included in the US, $5.00 to Europe, maybe more for other countrys. That would be regular mail. Special mailing would be at cost.

At the moment I am not including the pins, though iI will in the future (I don't have the time now) and I need a new chuck :cry:

Here is the top front

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As you can see the pieces are cast in Aluminum than machined
to look like the Bovington TI. I think Steve Winstone's beautiful castle nuts would look great on this!

This is the Tow hook on the Bovington TI

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The Anhangerkupplungen is cast in aluminum, cleaned up and milled, but I intend to leave the casting inperfections and much of the flash on the split line. The user than can finish it to his preference. Some of the castings were pretty coarse on the TI

There is a post in the Tiger forum under http://www.armortek.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2347&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=0 which may be useful.

Hello everyone!

I thought a picture of the second lot might be interesting to you.

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Some of you may have noticed these are slightly different than the last lot. I took a small bit off the top and bottom of the "tang" in the center to give the edge a more "even" look. I don't know which is more accurate but I like this a bit more :? Who knows which is best.


Please send me a note if you are interested or I have forgotton anything
at

bslturtle70@hotmail.com

Cheers!
Brian

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