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    Default Jim's Powertrain hardware holder

    This is cool. May be better than cardboard.

    Tired of hunting through plastic bins looking for hardware? These patent pending JIMS hardware organizers will guarantee all hardware is organized during powertrain teardown, storage, and final assembly. The organizers include a specific stand for top end, cam chest, transmission, and primary. When combined, they all nest within each other taking up very little space and can easily fit in a deep drawer of a tool box. When preparing for final assembly, the stands can be turned on end to expose threads for ease of loctite preparation. The surface is powder coated in JIMS durable blue and includes silkscreened hardware position art with torque specifications.
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    ^^My $0.02 not yours^^
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    "Custom don't bolt on!"

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    Cool on the stands if you tear down something so specific very often. However any good mechanic should have devised something like that on their own.
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    Most mechanics use cardboard.
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    "Why pay somebody else to fuck up your bike?"
    "Custom don't bolt on!"

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