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kangaroopaws

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Just finished this project, I did not think to take photo's as I went, but I have used Merbau timber and pine , currently making the jeep grand wrangler, just about to assemble it,then to the quad bike and trailer,  I do take a while to make things need more spare time, I do enjoy the projects of everyone and get some good ideas too.

not too happy here at the moment a fox got into our chook house and killed all them, we don't know how it got in as they were locked in where we thought was secure at night, the pitfall of living in the country with pesky foxes it just killed them and left them
cheers Robin



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Wow very nice job on the shock hog. It is a fun and challenging project.

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looks good well done, i will get around to doing one, one day.

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Wheels, exhaust, trailer , wood choice all add up to a great fit up for an outstanding result. Sorry about the Fox in the Coop , I know the feeling as I battle Raccoons in the Sweet Corn.
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This is a perfect execution of this favorite wood toy motorcycle and trailer. Beautifully done!
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Great make on the hog...
The wood combo really make it stand out....

thanks for sharing.....

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Looks great Robin. How was the Merbau to work with?
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This is great.  You did perfect and the wood choices really make it pop.  I particularly like the grain patterns on the fenders.  Sorry to hear about your hens.  Darn fox. 
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I like working with the Merbau,  I use it a lot, good colour, cuts well, does not need much sanding
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