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Scratch built pulleys and belts
Topic Started: Jan 19 2007, 06:28 PM (552 Views)
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B]Guys this post would take about 8 pics to make it clear, so I`m going to give the How To and post a few pics. I will post my photobucket link for your viewing, But look at it in reverse :wacko: I down loade the pics backwards.
Materials- .030 plastic sheet stock, paper punch, rotary punch(optional), .063 evergreen rod, .125 evergreen tubeing and one strand of rubber from a bass lure.
I use the trailer from a spinner bait.
1- drill .063 holes in sheet stock , center paper punch over .063 hole and punch.
You will need at least 6 of these.
2- chuck these in a dremel and sand to the size you want,you can sand the spacers at this time to. (or use the rotary punch to size the spacers down)
3-Push the .063 rod through the holes, 1 large, spacer and another large. you can add a piece of the .125 tubeing on one end and put a drop of super glue on the assemble. tip- drop the glue and blow the excess off.
4- while these are drying drill .063 holes in the crankshaft and water pump locations, cut the excess shaft off 1 end and sand the tubeing spacer to size, paint and install.
5- puta small drop of glue on the very bottom of the lower pulley, stick your fan belt to it and wrap over the other pulley, cut and join at the bottom.
My photo bucket album makes all this easier to understand.
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http://s17.photobucket.com/albums/b68/RonR...ley%20How%20To/
RON ROYSTON
"FLAT HEADS & INLINERS FOREVER""
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