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  • DannyC
    I prefer the top one, but I have no logical basis for this choice other than I like the look of it better.
  • D
    Darcazz replied to the thread Repurchasing DYI plans?.
    I'm not certian it worked cuase I'm mobile on a new phone,but fairly certian I emailed about asking what all I needed info wise to get...
  • Popshot
    The further away from being between the paired wheels the less stable it will be. The drypod2 I scrapped was a very similar layout to...
  • E
    Emiel replied to the thread Quad build..
    I received my 1000w rear hub motor for my trike. Next week it will be installed and my trike will be changed. As that is done, we will...
  • E
    Ok so holes drilled and anti crush tube made a little large so it could be hammered into place [ saves welding ] next up weld in inner...
  • E
    Emiel replied to the thread Quad build..
    After kliking on the link, yes. 😂 One looked a bit how I do it, but the others are all road quads. New thing that will be added, an...
  • Radical Brad
    Radical Brad replied to the thread Repurchasing DYI plans?.
    I will leave this thread in case someone else searches the topic. Answer... Just email me, and I can reset links anytime, no problem...
  • SteveC
    SteveC replied to the thread Rear hub flanges.
    The wheels are 20" with 48 spokes. It's probably strong enough at the current width, but I was thinking that since I'm at this point in...
  • J
    jonrev replied to the thread First ride on a trike.
    Well this project is at a temporary stop now. Today I received the contents of the shed clearout advertised here from ducunderdoor. He...
  • stormbird
    Ok so holes drilled and anti crush tube made a little large so it could be hammered into place [ saves welding ] next up weld in inner...
  • D
    Darcazz replied to the thread Repurchasing DYI plans?.
    Thanks for the info
  • DannyC
    DannyC replied to the thread Repurchasing DYI plans?.
    Just contact Brad via PM and provide details of your purchase. Brad can renew your links to the plans.
  • maddox
    maddox replied to the thread Rear hub flanges.
    Gut feeling, it helps a bit in sideways strength (anti Pretzel), but will reduce stiffness, unless the tension is cranked up very high...
  • DannyC
    DannyC replied to the thread Quad build..
    Hard to assess on a beach outing and with so little detailed shots? :( Good find though.
  • stormbird
    stormbird replied to the thread Rear hub flanges.
    Not sure which plan you are looking at , some of the one's I own say the flanges are further apart for strength. However if your wheels...
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