Honda Goldwing Bobber Build | E44 – Coolant Tank Liquor Bottle Fabrication

IN THIS EPISODE HooptieDoodle makes a neat little custom holder for a liquor bottle to function as a coolant overflow tank mounted to the side of the bike. Yee-Ha!

I bought a 1982 Honda Goldwing GL1100 motorcycle for $600 and am chopping it into a bobber. This is my first motorcycle build and assisting me on this project are my mechanic father and his merry crew of friends. With all this combined wisdom, we should be able to make something worthwhile. I am going to show you a lot of detail in this video build series, so subscribe, like, and hit the notification bell so that you will benefit from all this wisdom!

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Thread tap and dye set
Angle grinder
Cutting wheels
Metal file
Belt sander
Welding magnets
Drill press (bench top)
Drill press vise
Adjustable square
Center punch
Metal lathe

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