Had some time today so the rear assembly pictured above was welded up. Then I thought it would be nice to do a mock up with the front wheel clamped on to get an idea of how it might look. Wasn't too bad but man was it ever long. With the boat seat sitting just ahead of the square frame and the crank loosely in place. from outside edge to outside edge of the fat tires it was almost 9' long. So the seat got moved back onto what the loderunner plans classify as the cargo deck so the rider just sits ahead of the rear axle by 8" or so. Then the crankset was spaced for my leg length and even though the plans said a boom length of 58" would be fine for someone under 6' tall I found almost 2' could easily be trimmed off the boom. So since it's supposed to rain tomorrow the square cargo area at the back will get a plywood deck and the seat will be mounted firmly. Then the final length of the main boom can be set leading up to the front wheel install. If the overall length can be in the area of say 7' it should be OK. Then a couples pictures to follow.