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Im new to the site and figured I would share some of my work. this is my frame jig/ rotisserie. I am a metal worker by trade and got most of the steel from the scrap pile from work. i think my total out of pocket so far is about $40.

adjustable feet for leveling
adjustable neck height
adjustable rake angle, 20 to 45 degrees
adjustable rear axle height
adjustable wheel base
and the whole thing can flip upside down so there is no upside down welding
also unbolts for storage

need neck centering cones so if you can machine let me know

built this for a pro street bobber build I plan on doing in the near future. still need to build my tubing bender and tubing nothcher before I can start that project

 

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In terms of flipping the bike over: Does it lock into place to keep from moving or do you have to bolt it tight?
 

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there is a set bolt on each side to keep it in place so to flip it over loosen them up, turn it upside down, and tighten them back up. I was going to use a spring loaded locking pin but then if the base wasnt level then the jig wouldnt be level. With the bolts it gives me more adjustment
 
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