|18th June 2008||#6|
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Some thing like this works (my version made about 2 years ago). Small holes are tapped for bolts for adjustment.
Find suggestible suitable piece of metal, drill three holes, cut half way through where you want the bend, bend it over weld up the gap, grind and clean up, tap two small holes, paint put bolts in holes. I have not got picks of the finished job I am afraid.
|20th June 2008||#20|
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i'd be interested still.
i'd suggest if you were going to copy those, to make them about half as long - they only have to pass over the bottom of the dropout and round to the other side - and also to think about putting two bolts in and not one - to improve stability (like surly tugnuts).
is that helpful? they are the faults i've found with the the cyclo ones.
|4th September 2008||#27|
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Stevo did you end up making these?
My Geoffrey Butler seems to have the most slippery dropouts in the world- I'm getting busy with a 15mm spanner after every ride at the moment...
I would be delighted to give you some readies if you have gone beyond the prototype stage?
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