Maine Tool Shop – Video


I just wanted to share this new video I directed about an awesome tool shop in Maine. While it has nothing to do with motorcycle, I think anyone that does work on their bikes will appreciate how awesome this place is. I really wish I needed more tools, you could have bought a whole “road kit” from this place for probably less then 15 bucks. Oh and the roads around Liberty are insane, road trip next spring?

Andrew

8 responses to “Maine Tool Shop – Video”

  1. Adam says:

    Nice Andrew

  2. ed says:

    i dig it

  3. Ryan says:

    Awesome. Just saw this posted on A Continuous Lean. Psyched on the guy’s suspenders.

  4. Ben says:

    Tap and Die set, safety-wire pliers, and a 240 Volt Industrial size metal lathe….Lets take a spring trip!

  5. tom says:

    good work. cool shop. and that would be a hell of a road trip… when do we leave?

  6. Andrew says:

    Hey thanks guys… thanks for the heads up Ryan, I didn’t realize it was on A Continuous Lean. Yea, that shop is soooo awesome. After I was done filming I poked around for a few hours, picked up some little things (some extra files, center punch, etc and a few cool old tools just cause they looked awesome.

  7. Michael Ullberg says:

    Liberty Tools! I love this place. Rode up with my brother two months ago he picked up an ultrasonic cleaner for his carbs for four bucks. If you guys plan a ride up that way I got a place to stay on the way

  8. dan little says:

    Right on. Finally someone who can see the future and is working hard to keep it alive.

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