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Sheet Metal Handbook HP575 - Ron Fournier

Sheet Metal Handbook HP575

Paperback Published: 1st May 1989
ISBN: 9780895867575
Number Of Pages: 144
For Ages: 18+ years old

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Imagine transforming a flat sheet of aluminum alloy into an attractive hood scoop. Or designing and making your own aluminum wheel tubs, floorpan and dashboard for your street machine. How about learning to design and build your own body panels, manifolds, brackets and fuel tanks? These are just a few of the many tips and techniques shared by master metal craftsman Ron Fournier.
Author of HP's award-winning Metal Fabricator's Handbook, Fournier packs decades of experience designing and shaping sheet metal components for Indy cars, drag race cars, road racers, street rods and street machines into 144 pages. You'll find tips on:

·         Setting up your own shop
·         Selecting and using basic hand tools
·         Proper use of English wheels, beaders, rollers, brakes and power hammers
·         Pattern design and proper sheet metal selection
·         Basic metal shaping techniques
·         The art of hammer forming
·         Proper riveting techniques
·         And finally, tips on restoring original sheet metal

Whether you're restoring a '32 Ford, constructing a race car, building a show-winning street rod or street machine, or perhaps developing your skills for work in the metal industry, you'll find the information in this book invaluable, and a perfect addition to any home automotive library.

ISBN: 9780895867575
ISBN-10: 0895867575
Audience: General
For Ages: 18+ years old
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 144
Published: 1st May 1989
Publisher: Penguin Putnam Inc
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 27.6 x 21.7  x 0.7
Weight (kg): 0.41
Edition Number: 1

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