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"Bicycle Wheel" Parts Painter
Small parts can often be a challenge to paint on a flat surface – they roll, they don’t dry easily, and they’re hard to handle. Scott Bruce of Ozark, Mo., made a bicycle wheel parts rack that solves the problem.
  The parts hang from the wheel, which is positioned horizontally off the ground at a comfortable working level so Bruce can stand in one spot and rotate the wheel. There’s plenty of space between the parts, allowing maximum air flow so the paint dries faster.
  He used a wheel off an old 10-speed bike with the tire removed. It hangs from an angled frame that can be set up anywhere. The parts hang from wire hooks that attach to the wheel spokes.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Scott Bruce, 2108 Logan Ridge Rd., Ozark, Mo. 65721 (ph 573 350-4955; scottb4kfarms@gmail.com).

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2014 - Volume #38, Issue #1