Timely use for Rear Brake Rotor

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TripperMike

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OK, so I can be something of a pack rat at times. But hey, a rear rotor is some seriously good steel that I just couldn't toss out to the garbage man. A lot of good miles n smiles were shared between me and that rotor. If you were to look around my shed you might see a few other artifacts off my bike that represent certain events or memories.

So anyways, I looked at that rotor and seriously considered tossing it, and then looked up at the clock to see if it was time to go in and eat yet (btw it's always a good time to eat), and an idea hit me.

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Beats the heck out of the Wally world cheapo that was used to make it.

 

TripperMike

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What's that sumbitch weigh? Rotors are heavy. Lol. Either way, that's a cool clock for a garage.
LOL funny you should say that 'Zilla. Currently it's mounted above a doorway and I've thought maybe that's not such a good idea. One just never knows.

 

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I like it. But M you must have to much time on your hands.

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TripperMike

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Numbers???

Maybe states:

12:00 = Ontario

3:00 = Wisc

6:00 = Hooterville

9:00 = Wyoming

 

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Rotate it 180 degree's and its 10:05!!
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Ok, now how many flipped thier phones / lap tops upside down???

 
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Uncle Hud

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Like it. Would look great in the office, where no one knows what I do on the weekends. (Although I haven't had a weekend off in a long time ...)

 

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Perhaps replace the front pair and have a thermometer and barometer pair! Then as time goes by maybe someone can develop a moon phase one. And maybe a tide variance one. The possibilities are endless!

 

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