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FS: Early Model IS Bumper Brackets, "Cow Catcher", Available Now!

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    #16
    Sanding and painting my new cowcatcher today. How long till these are available?

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      #17
      Originally posted by kyleconstantine View Post
      Sanding and painting my new cowcatcher today. How long till these are available?
      Nice!

      I have 2 people testing sets of brackets to make sure they function perfectly. I expect to be ready to start selling sets in about a week.

      Thanks for the interest!
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        #18
        Unfortunately my cowcatcher wasnt ready yet and I wont be able to grab it for a while. The brackets look great but will be sitting in the box for a while now...
        Simon
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        Let it be known to all. Simon fucking keeps it real.

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          #19
          Originally posted by Metallated View Post

          Nice!

          I have 2 people testing sets of brackets to make sure they function perfectly. I expect to be ready to start selling sets in about a week.

          Thanks for the interest!
          Do you have an estimate on what the price will be. I also have a cow catcher ready to be installed
          Originally posted by blunttech
          Levent guzzles vanilla hazelnut creamer like its my semen
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            #20
            Originally posted by 2mAn View Post
            Unfortunately my cowcatcher wasnt ready yet and I wont be able to grab it for a while. The brackets look great but will be sitting in the box for a while now...
            Glad they arrived safely! And no rush.
            I've made a couple recent printing adjustments which will result in sturdier brackets, so I can send you a couple even stronger ones if you'd like.

            Shangsta, it's likely going to be a little north of $60 for a set of three shipped.
            Last edited by Metallated; 08-19-2019, 11:07 PM.
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              #21
              Originally posted by Metallated View Post

              Glad they arrived safely! And no rush.
              I've made a couple recent printing adjustments which will result in sturdier brackets, so I can send you a couple even stronger ones if you'd like.

              Shangsta, it's likely going to be a little north of $60 for a set of three shipped.
              Let me know when you are ready to take payment
              Originally posted by blunttech
              Levent guzzles vanilla hazelnut creamer like its my semen
              :shock:

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                #22
                Great news guys!

                I have a couple sets ready to ship out to you!
                I can print brackets in white or black, so please let me know which you'd prefer. Otherwise I'll default to black.

                Please PayPal me $60 without fees, or $65 with fees, to zephyrpitre@gmail.com

                This will cover shipping of 3 brackets to your door. If you have issues caused by the design or manufacture of the brackets, we will get you replacements, or if you prefer you will be refunded.

                Looking forward to seeing photos of your mounted valences!
                Last edited by Metallated; 08-24-2019, 11:47 AM.
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                  #23
                  Get your brackets now before I run out!

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                    #24
                    Shipped out a couple orders!

                    Figured this would be the best way to bump this thread


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                    Not my car sadly
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                      #25
                      This one is just ridiculously clean..

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                        #26
                        sent payment
                        Originally posted by blunttech
                        Levent guzzles vanilla hazelnut creamer like its my semen
                        :shock:

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                          #27
                          Originally posted by Metallated View Post
                          This one is just ridiculously clean..

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                          also this is a euro bumper mtech1 car not a cowcatcher us bumper car
                          Originally posted by blunttech
                          Levent guzzles vanilla hazelnut creamer like its my semen
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                            #28
                            Originally posted by Shangsta View Post
                            sent payment
                            Got your PayPal! Packing up your set this evening.
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                              #29
                              Got mine installed yesterday and took a quick picture. They work great. https://imgur.com/a/lyedqmy

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                                #30
                                For future batches you might want to consider not making these out of PLA. PLA is hygroscopic and becomes brittle over time, its particularly susceptible to breaking when under load for an extended period of time.

                                You'll notice if you load a PLA spool and leave it for a year or so, it just starts breaking apart between the spool roll and the extruder.

                                Use PETG instead, it'll print as easily as PLA (slightly hotter extruder and heated bed if available), but the end result will be be a part that should last a very very long time.

                                Consider PLA is used for biodegradable cups (bad relationship with moisture), and PETG is used for bottling for softdrinks (good relationship with moisture).
                                Your resource to do-it-yourself and interesting bmw and e30 stuff: www.rtsauto.com

                                Your resource to tools and tips: www.rtstools.com

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