Where are you located? I have turned things like this on a lathe, but the easier way would be if you could get the two ends you need together in steel, just cut the parts you need on a bandsaw and weld them back together. I have done this a lot and because a clutch typically only needs 600 psi to operate, even the thinnest of welds should be more than sufficient.
Originally Posted by Slappadapink
Don't piss on my back and tell me it's raining.
Originally Posted by PitBull
i think the phantom needle is in my arm for good now..