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Hopefully I'll have this write-up today, what did you guys think of the video anyways?
 

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Looks good, watching it now. Speak torwads the mic, your hardly audible at times. How do you add music to the vids?
 

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Looks good, watching it now. Speak torwads the mic, your hardly audible at times. How do you add music to the vids?
I used Windows Movie Maker Program (if you can't find it in the accessory bar, do a search for it on your comp), they have an option of "add music", but... enjoy it while it lasts... hopefully nobody ever pulls my music from the vid... lol :rolleyes: I'll have to add some classical music or something stupid if that happens :eek: Yea, just need to talk louder next time... Things you learn every time I suppose, I think the Video improved from last time, as I said before, baby steps to becoming good at something... Guessing Steveo can't see the vid tho... :p
 

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like i said before, it fits better IMO than my raw, i have like almost 1/4 inch gap on sides
 

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like i said before, it fits better IMO than my raw, i have like almost 1/4 inch gap on sides
Well, now that you have all the necessities for this project, all you'd have to do is just fabricate another bracket that is exactly the size of the lip and you're good bro...
 

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Nice video. I agree with Rich, speak louder or towards the mic. In the write up can you include a list, vendor and price of parts? Where did you get the aluminum?
 

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Nice video. I agree with Rich, speak louder or towards the mic. In the write up can you include a list, vendor and price of parts? Where did you get the aluminum?
Yea, I know, I'll talk louder in my next video, still a little green at making video's :eek: If you have read my last write up about the LED lights for beginners, you'll understand that I try to label or list everything and where to get it and I'll make sure I do it with this write up as well..! :D

The material... I talked to some local metal works guys and they gave me a couple of the scraps that they weren't going to use, they also lead me to McMaster-Carr yet again, if the pieces somehow didn't work, I would have ordered it from them (suggest hitting up places for scrap though, gives ya an excuse to ride around anyways). Here is the link McMaster-Carr, try to go with some 6061, unpolished if you can, won't be more than 15$ for the 1/4" & 15$ for the 1/8" (you can definitely find some 1/8" somewhere, don't even need 6061 for those)... There are other places too on the web, I'll make sure to list them all in the write up.
 

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This place is quite a bit cheaper, I've ordered from them and they ship the next day.

Buy 6061 Aluminum Flat Bar - Order Online Buy Metals and Plastics Online! - Online Metal Supply

Also locally in San Diego, Marshalls hardware carries more stuff then you can find at Home Depot and Lowes.
Yea, saw those guy's as well in my searches... Are they flexible on sizes or not? That is the first thing I noticed about them, seem to be pretty tight on the sizes, could be an issue to some...

Here's another one as well:

http://www.onlinemetals.com/merchant.cfm?pid=1248&step=4&showunits=inches&id=76&top_cat=0
 

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Yea, saw those guy's as well in my searches... Are they flexible on sizes or not? That is the first thing I noticed about them, seem to be pretty tight on the sizes, could be an issue to some...
They are not flexible at all. Everything on their website is pre-cut and ready to ship next day. It's their way to keep prices low and service quick and consistent.
 

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Nice attire... flip flops and sweat pants... where you from California?:eek::eek::eek:

Good video, I agree with everyone else, volume low in spots.
Need to hook you up with a wireless lapel mic..:D

Keep the rubber side down...
 

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Nice attire... flip flops and sweat pants... where you from California?:eek::eek::eek:

Good video, I agree with everyone else, volume low in spots.
Need to hook you up with a wireless lapel mic..:D

Keep the rubber side down...
Thanks bro... oh, trust me... next vid will be much louder with the voice ;)
 

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Red, thanks for putting up these videos. I appreciate you taking the time.

I sent u a friend request on youtube. (DiscoK42) gathering up all fury related videos there.

LOL, he's gonna be like screaming at us in the next vid.

"This loud enough for ya!!! HUH!!!!"
 

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Red, thanks for putting up these videos. I appreciate you taking the time.

I sent u a friend request on youtube. (DiscoK42) gathering up all fury related videos there.

LOL, he's gonna be like screaming at us in the next vid.

"This loud enough for ya!!! HUH!!!!"
I accepted your request, thanks for the nod bro, appreciate it... Yes, might be slightly louder... :cool: A compilation on this forum of all the vid's too, would be a good idea, since you're doing it over there as well... just a heads up as we have been talking about doing this for a minute now... ;)
 

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Nice job James! I can see it takes a lot of thought, time and effort to put together a how to video like that solely for the purpose and benefit to others. Its is greatly appreciated by all and will be a future asset to the forum members. Thank you for your efforts.
 

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Nice job James! I can see it takes a lot of thought, time and effort to put together a how to video like that solely for the purpose and benefit to others. Its is greatly appreciated by all and will be a future asset to the forum members. Thank you for your efforts.
Lol, yea... you should see some of the outtakes of the video's that I have... kind of funny actually, dropping the camera, looking for tools, the dryer buzzer going off in the background, people talking in the background... that kind of thing, all while trying to stay in frame (and trying to keep my voice up, cept that first part... :/) But, it's only the 4th time I've used a camera for this purpose and the editing software, so I'll get it right eventually. ;)
 

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Nice job James! I can see it takes a lot of thought, time and effort to put together a how to video like that solely for the purpose and benefit to others. Its is greatly appreciated by all and will be a future asset to the forum members. Thank you for your efforts.
Dave, you sure you aren't a politician????:p

RSS, once again, thanks for all your contributions...
 

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Dave, you sure you aren't a politician????:p

RSS, once again, thanks for all your contributions...
Np Woodenhorse,

I know, I have always liked Dave's well thought out, intriguing and well worded comments, but then all I have to do is look over at that avatar of his, and it brings it all back down to earth ;)
 
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