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Thread: Bitsa cheap as Open wheeler

  1. #61
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    Thx Roy. Off to Pick n Pay less Monday morning on way home from work.
    Nothing has gone easy on this project -nothing ever does when you've got no idea what you're doing and you're learning as you go 😁- but MAY have had a win in that diff has ended up in a position where i might not need to alter half shaft length if i use rear track standard shafts give.

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    If it was easy everybody would be doing it...

    Unless you've done it before, you will not know what you are doing, BUT, you will learn fast and before you are finished this one you will have a damn good idea how to do it better next time....which is a bit of a bugger, because you didn't want to do it more than once...catch 22

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    "because you didn't want to do it more than once"

    Yep, still love those 60's racers and keeping enough left over bits in case that oportunity comes around.
    Often check out your build for motivation Roy (and inspiration- may need to copy your pedal box- simple).

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    Pedal box starts with a balance bar from Mcgill.....

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    Yep. Waiting till VEE front end is sold to pay for balance bar, rod ends etc and maybe even steering wheel.

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