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elzorroarg Elzorro Arg
Queteimporta, Mentira, Antigua and Barbuda   ATG
It's not understood. Is very small

In reply to # 3122 by ALF ROMEO here is a neat little ride, from 1939, scaled down a little, and it's a very detailed ride.

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SteveV Steve Vinson
Phoenix, Arizona, USA   USA
1924 Ford Model T "Viscount Vinson Special"
1927 CycleKart American "Mono Wasp"
The measurements were taken from my completed kart and are pretty accurate.

The angle of the axle is not how it will actually look, I don't think you can make the steel bend exactly like that, it just tells you where to begin the bend.

The motor plate, you should have your motor and torque averter before you weld this in place to make sure you have it centered in the frame the way you want.

I also added a small support that runs under the motor and ties all three rear cross members together, this eliminated the chain hop I was getting under hard acceleration.

Cheers



Steve Vinson
Arizona CycleKart Club

Design-Build-Race-Repeat


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carChips Victor Harnish
Kelowna, BC, Canada   CAN
1933 MG Magnette
1973 Triumph Spitfire 1500 "Chip"
1989 GMC Sierra 1500 "Bush Truck"
Can I get those measurements in metric?

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SteveV Steve Vinson
Phoenix, Arizona, USA   USA
1924 Ford Model T "Viscount Vinson Special"
1927 CycleKart American "Mono Wasp"
Victor,
I don't have a quick way to convert the file. I guess you could do it manually with a metric conversion on google.

Sorry,
Steve



Steve Vinson
Arizona CycleKart Club

Design-Build-Race-Repeat

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carChips Victor Harnish
Kelowna, BC, Canada   CAN
1933 MG Magnette
1973 Triumph Spitfire 1500 "Chip"
1989 GMC Sierra 1500 "Bush Truck"
Sorry Steve, I was just making a joke. Jokes on me, no one laughed.

Good job on the drawing BTW.



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SteveV Steve Vinson
Phoenix, Arizona, USA   USA
1924 Ford Model T "Viscount Vinson Special"
1927 CycleKart American "Mono Wasp"
Not the first time I missed a joke....no worries.



Steve Vinson
Arizona CycleKart Club

Design-Build-Race-Repeat

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carChips Victor Harnish
Kelowna, BC, Canada   CAN
1933 MG Magnette
1973 Triumph Spitfire 1500 "Chip"
1989 GMC Sierra 1500 "Bush Truck"
Actually a metric conversion is a good idea, only the US is stuck in the dark ages with the old imperial system.

For all the rest of the world please multiply those numbers by 25.4

Denny Graham Silver Member Dennis Graham
Sandwich, Illinois, USA   USA
Haven't ya heard Vic, we got it right, it's the rest of the world that has it wrong!!!
Ya ever notice Dave, those dang screwed up numbers are always on the wrong
side of the tape measure?

dg

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carChips Victor Harnish
Kelowna, BC, Canada   CAN
1933 MG Magnette
1973 Triumph Spitfire 1500 "Chip"
1989 GMC Sierra 1500 "Bush Truck"
In reply to # 25297 by Denny Graham Haven't ya heard Vic, we got it right, it's the rest of the world that has it wrong!!!
Ya ever notice Dave, those dang screwed up numbers are always on the wrong
side of the tape measure?


dg


Why's that? If you buy a tape that says 25' it will have just imperial measure. If you buy one that says 25'/8M it'll have both and damn it's always on the wrong side.

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CmdBentaxle Silver Member Dave D
Federal Way, Washington, USA   USA
1950 CycleKart Italian "1950 Ferrari 166 F2"
Denny, it all seems simple enough to me. Just don't have any tape around that features the metric side and you won't be troubled by the nonsense. I had accumulated several and had to engage in a shop purge to ensure that any time I measured something, I would be certain that no matter which side of the tape I was viewing, the relevant number would be easily readable.
Always happy to help.

Bentaxle

Denny Graham Silver Member Dennis Graham
Sandwich, Illinois, USA   USA
Problem is.......seems I always grab the wrong one Dave.
dg


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Notso-Chinsee Gold Member Albert Lies
Spokane Valley, Washington (WA), USA   USA
And Denny how often do you find yourself looking for a tape? I don't have that many but I never have one where I am at.



Al Lies
The "Not-So Chinsee" guy

Denny Graham Silver Member Dennis Graham
Sandwich, Illinois, USA   USA
I gather them up once a week and return them in their proper
place.......cuz after a week, they all end up in the same place,
and like you say....that's a place where I can't find them.

Now.....back to the subject of drawings!!!!!!
I've had a Design Cad 3d program on the comfuser for roughly
three decades. I'd highly recommend that anyone that is into
fabrication spend the money on an inexpensive cad program.
It makes designing and redesigning a part a snap. I make all
my mistakes on the Dell before I start cutting steel.

dg

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