BMW Airhead R60 Engine Block

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Norton Commando Roadster, Interstate, NEW Grab Rail MOUNTING CLIPS with hardware

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British Motorcycle Parts Lot 500 650 750 Triumph Norton BSA 473

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1969-1973 Norton Commando 750 cylinder head
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7/8" Black Motorcycle Zero Drag Bars Handlebars For Honda Suzuki Yamaha Ducati Y
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indian chief scout used fire extinguisher hard to find

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Making Your Own Antique Lamp At Home

You don’t really have to spend a fortune just to get an antique lamp for your newly refurbished home. Yes, those antique lamps sold in specialty shops are really lovely but they can also send your budget back to the dark ages! Unless you have unlimited money to spend for a lamp shade, better skip on those specialty shops and focus your attention on making your own antique lamp.

Now, before you turn your pretty nose up on the idea of creating your own antique lamp, let me tell you this. Anything can be turned into a lamp so if you have some nice old things in the house, you can use these things to create your own antique lamp. All it requires is a lot of patience, creativity and time. To get you started in the right direction, here are some helpful tips in creating your own lamp.

Create a Unique Lamp Stand

There are many things that you can use to make lamp stands. For instance, if you have some old hard wood in the house, you can use this to create an antique lamp stand. Aside from old hard wood, you can also use some wrought iron, bottles and others. If you cannot find some old and unique things in the house to use as lamp stand, hit the flea market. You can find a lot of useful things at the flea market for very affordable prices. In fact, if you are lucky, you might be able to find some discarded antique lamps in the flea market. Always remember that somebody’s junk maybe someone else’s treasure.

Collect Interesting Trinkets for Your Lamp

Aside from finding materials to use as base for your antique lamp, it would be a good idea to collect some antique trinkets to use as decorations on your lamp. You can use these trinkets to create some unique designs on the base of your lamp. You may also use these trinkets to come up with some really lovely looking lamp shades.

No, you do not have to buy expensive trinkets for your antique lamps. Take a closer look at the things that you have in the house and find out if there are some things that you can use as decorations for your lamp. Every little thing counts especially if you are on a budget so make sure that you use what you already have before you hit the shops.

If you love this article, you will also love another article written by this article’s author on star light fixture and hanging star light.

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BLACK BLADE STEADY CNC ALUMINUM MIRRORS FOR MOTORCYCLE CRUISER CHOPPER 8-10MM
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SUZUKI Motorcycle Key Blank - Black Silver 2001-2009 Hayabusa GSXR 600 750 1000
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Antique Indian Motorcycle Parts Lot Fender Brace Linkage Hendee Hedstrom Harley

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Most Stupid Quotes of Celebrity

It is certain that celebrities are seen as most carefully people in their speech. However, sometimes, they also make unexpected mistakes in their quote. Their most stupid quotes have immediately become hot topic for newspapers and magazines. Let’s have a look at dumbest celebrity quotes.

 

“I definitely want Brooklyn to be christened, but I don’t know into what religion yet.” – David Beckham

“I don’t know much about football. I know what a goal is, which is surely the main thing about football.” – Victoria Beckham

“Where’s the Cannes Film Festival being held this year?” – Christina Aguilera

“I owe a lot to my parents, especially my mother and father.” – Greg Norman, Golfer

“I get to go to lots of overseas places, like Canada.” Britney Spears (Canada can’t be considered overseas)

“Wal-mart… Do they, like, make walls there?”- Paris Hilton

“I think gay marriage is something that should be between a man and a woman.” California governor Arnold S

“Is this chicken what I have or is this fish? I know it’s tuna, but it says chicken.” – Jessica Simpson

Brooke Shields Quote: “Smoking kills. If you’re killed, you’ve lost a very important part of your life”

“Whenever I watch TV and see those poor starving kids all over the world, I can’t help but cry. I mean I’d love to be skinny like that but not with all those flies and death and stuff.” – Mariah Carey, pop singer

“I don’t diet. I just don’t eat as much as I’d like to.”- Linda Evangelista, Supermodel

 

 

 

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Cleaning Your Motorcycle Well

To wash your rims the first thing we need to do is fill the bucket with water and add dish soap. The reason for dish soap is that it will cut through the grease left on the rims.

Using a brush, scrub the rims until they are clean; then rinse them off with clean water. Spray a glass cleaner in an even coat on the rims and wipe it off in a circular pattern with a rag.

As you wipe make sure to keep turning the cloth over and over so the wet side is never used more than once. If you have a lot of chrome it may take once to wipe it clean and a second spray and buffing action to shine it up.

To wash the drive chain, remove the guard from your bike, if it is equipped with one. The chain guard is usually attached to the bike with two bolts near the front of the chain, and with two bolts near the back axle of the bike.

Spray your bike’s drive chain with kerosene or WD-40. Make sure to coat it fully.

Remember to cover the inside and between each link. Putting the bike on a bike rack will allow you to raise the rear tire off the ground so you can have easy access to all parts of it.

Scrub it down with a steel wire brush that you can buy at any hardware or automotive store. Scrub it as closely as possible.

The new lubricant will not stick if there are particles of dirt and grease left on the chain. Keep a bucket of clean water nearby so you can rinse the brush out when it becomes covered in debris.

Rinse it thoroughly with clean water and allow it time to dry completely. Apply a liberal coating of wax or lube to the entire chain once it’s dry.

Make sure to coat the entire chain, including between each link. You can buy lube or chain at any automotive store or motorcycle dealership.

To wash the windshield, purchase a microfiber cloth to wash and a window cleaning solution. You may want to go down to the local bike dealer and see what they recommend and sell.

If you prefer a commercial product you may want to try a product that is a protectant and a polish. It is multipurpose; you can use it on your helmet shield, goggle, and sunglasses as well.

You might also want to try it on your tail lights and headlamp. Homemade solutions are to be tried with extreme caution.

The only fairly safe homemade concoction is water and vinegar. This works well if all you want to do is wash off a light film of grime and oil.

Spray or apply degreaser liberally to the wheels, engine area and the chain. Let the degreaser soak into the grease so it’s easier to remove.

Wipe the degreaser off with a clean rag. Use the rag to wash the chain drive as well as under the suspension.

Apply more degreaser as necessary to wash these problem areas. Mix the soap and water according to package directions.

Choose a soap suitable for the finish on your motorcycle. Get a sponge wet in the soapy water.

Wash the motorcycle from top to bottom with the soapy water. Get into all the tight spots to wash them as well.

You can pour water onto the motorcycle rather than hose it down to rinse it. You may need hot water to remove the remains of the grease and the degreaser.

Let the motorcycle dry for a few minutes, then move it to a dry spot. Use a clean dry chamois to dry the entire motorcycle.

Start the engine and let it run for a few minutes to help dry the hard to reach spots. Apply any waxes you like to your motorcycle body parts.

Buff them off with a soft rag. Apply lube to the chain and put metal polish on the metal parts of the motorcycle.

Tom Selwick has worked in the auto industry for over 25 years and has written hundreds of articles about detailing cars, and he recommends Las Vegas car detailing for the best detailing in the business.

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British Motorcycle Parts Lot 500 650 750 Triumph Norton BSA 473

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