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Posted: Jun 13, 2017 at 7:51 Quote
Guess I'll have to try the heli tape! Smile

Posted: Jun 22, 2017 at 11:55 Quote
A gift for anyone who wants it and has access to 3d printing... I got this idea recently for a printable truing stand and modeled it up. The design is too simple and too easy to steal for it to have any commercial value, so my employer is letting me place the .stl files in the public domain for anyone who wants to print it, modify it, whatever.

I won't get into the details of intended layer orientation, etc. here, but if you want the files I'll be happy to fill you in on all that. Basically, this will work with hub widths between 100 and 150mm and axle diameters 12mm and larger depending on which spacers you use. A 12mmx250mm bolt or equivalent length all thread rod and nut act as a thru axle on the stand and there are slots for feeler gauges to be secured by rubber band, O-ring, etc.

Got a broken thermistor wire on my printer at the moment, but I'll be printing a copy of this to try out as soon as the soldering iron I ordered shows up.....grrrr. If anybody out there wants to print this up and try it out let me know how it works out for ya...

Cheers!

Here s an interesting project and one I can give away. I ve had this idea for a 3d printable truing stand for a couple weeks now. Because it s printable and stupid simple my boss is letting me give it away as a public domain .stl file for anyone who wants to print it. All I ask is if it makes you money cut me in bro

Posted: Sep 14, 2017 at 1:10 Quote
DIY shock fender
DIY shock fender

lightweight low profile shock fender/flap

Posted: Sep 17, 2017 at 2:47 Quote
^ Very simple, yet very neat.

Posted: 3 days ago Quote
Such a clean older bighit

Posted: 3 days ago Quote
Thanks guys- I try to keep her in the best condition possible.

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