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  • rdshackleford
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    REB is right, but I got plenty more! And 100% of the sales go to dog charities! I don't make a dime, but I get plenty of feel good satisfaction for helping dogs in need.

    Anyone here can PM me or post or whatever and I will get you hooked up with an Arc swivel.

    -Rusty
    p.s. Arctic Spirit Rules!

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  • REB
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    Originally posted by Bagger D View Post
    Hit me up i need one. Nickyd0883@gmail.com or 734 752 1462. Thanks
    Where ya been Man? Rusty has them flying off the shelves....Go here

    http://www.speedbagforum.com/forums/...ead.php?t=7597
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  • Bagger D
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    Swivel

    Hit me up i need one. Nickyd0883@gmail.com or 734 752 1462. Thanks

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  • Bagger D
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    Swivel

    Are you gonna make more than 1. Would love to try one

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  • florian 380
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    i want one of these alien swivels

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  • rdshackleford
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    I have been doing some engineering stress testing on the Mk.II model ('f' series)...



    -Rusty

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  • rdshackleford
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    And if everything goes right, it ends in execution...



    -Rusty

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  • rdshackleford
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    It starts with the drawing board. And sometimes it goes back to the drawing board...

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  • rdshackleford
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    Originally posted by ventanakaz View Post
    One thing I would say to improve your setup would be in the ball and S-hook assembly, it's to bad I don't have the time for myself to make some assemblies, But when I do i'll post on this forum, The S-hook is hard to make and takes time to get all the bends right and the spacing too.
    I agree about the eye-bolt/s-hook. I'm still working on that part. The one in the pic is from Everlast. I have some prototypes with hooks I've made myself, but I'm not very good at metal bending.

    But I'm very happy with the ball. I have lots of reasons, and have done lots of testing. For now I am sticking with that part.

    -Rusty

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  • ventanakaz
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    One thing I would say to improve your setup would be in the ball and S-hook assembly, it's to bad I don't have the time for myself to make some assemblies, But when I do i'll post on this forum, The S-hook is hard to make and takes time to get all the bends right and the spacing too.

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  • jaja6009
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    Looks like an invasion of 1950's UFO's has landed.

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  • rdshackleford
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    "my creation... is it real?... it's my creation.. i do not know..." - Oingo Boingo

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  • BagBoy
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    Originally posted by REB View Post
    I can just hear the ball and hook guys drooling Bwaaaa-ha ha
    LoL. Pretty much I'm way past my ball hook learning curve now and swivels are in my dreams.

    Man, those l00k so cool.

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  • REB
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    Originally posted by rdshackleford View Post
    I have made over 50 swivel designs in the past 9 months. This pic is not of all of them, but gives you an idea of the evolution. I didn't try to sort them, its just random evolved DNA.



    I used the one in the foreground with the s-hook as my heavy bag mount for about 3 months. And of course as my speed bags for a couple months before, and a couple months after. So if you think plastic can't be strong and durable, think again.

    And since we don't have transparent aluminum yet, yes I am still working with polymers.

    -Rusty
    I can just hear the ball and hook guys drooling Bwaaaa-ha ha

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  • rdshackleford
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    Originally posted by Kenal0 View Post
    That looks great. Can't wait to see its evolution.

    Kenal0
    I have made over 50 swivel designs in the past 9 months. This pic is not of all of them, but gives you an idea of the evolution. I didn't try to sort them, its just random evolved DNA.



    I used the one in the foreground with the s-hook as my heavy bag mount for about 3 months. And of course as my speed bags for a couple months before, and a couple months after. So if you think plastic can't be strong and durable, think again.

    And since we don't have transparent aluminum yet, yes I am still working with polymers.

    -Rusty

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