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    That chain looks in dire need of some lube.
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    Panzer steering on Streetfox

    My rods connect to arms at the top of the upright but if you have room you can place the arms at the bottom just as easily. You will have to ensure it doesn't interfere with the steering link though .
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    Another FWD Delta trike.

    I think you're right. It's a short distance and an ability to move would probably help.
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    Anybody Up For A Trade?

    I've nothing for trade but anyone who has will need a rough idea of where you live. I put "My cozy little nook in the corner!" into google maps but it couldn't find it.
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    Going gor my second build.

    Some fancy cutting on those parts.
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    Another FWD Delta trike.

    You could put the rear seat support the other side of the chassis rail if that gives a better seating position.
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    Plywood velomobile plans anybody ?

    Thanks Paul. I'd need to see it in action to be convinced of it being strong enough though.
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    Plywood velomobile plans anybody ?

    It looks very good. Would like to see a completed one though, especially in action, to see the rigidity and how much if any chassis has to be added to it. There's some nice boxing in of the woodwork in the middle. There'll need to be some serious accuracy too to get screws into the edge of 3mm...
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    Another FWD Delta trike.

    Good news on the brakes holding it. Love the oranginess of that wheel. It's orange enough to feel like you've been Tangoed.
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    Best Warrior seat ideas

    Also this. Much cheaper being a sheet of curved stainless covered in a camping mat. I used it because I had it but wouldn't recommend it due to it's weight. Very simple to mount though being just a few welds.
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    Best Warrior seat ideas

    Not a Warrior but similar enough for this purpose. Came from here. The seat pad had changed since I last bought one and I don't think the new one is as nice.
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    Steel or aluminium will make a racket. I'd opt for plastic of some description.
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    Idler pulleys need to be flat bottomed. You'll also usually need something to retain the chain if it goes slack. The bolt underneath is in the right place to allow the chain to be fed onto the pulleys but won't allow the chain to jump off. Those pulleys started as U shaped rope pulleys with a...
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    What about a "Jokes" thread? - I will start.

    Woke up this morning at 8, and could smell something was wrong. I got downstairs and found the wife face down on the kitchen floor, not breathing! I panicked. I didn’t know what to do. Then I remembered McDonald’s serves breakfast until 11:30.
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