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    Homemade metalshaping tools with scrap parts

    this is my e-wheel made with two old bearings and square tubes from scrapyard.
    I hope it gives you guy another idea for a budget english wheel!
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    Those bearings look huge what did they come out of?

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    Thanks galaxie500! I've added your English Wheel to our English Wheels category, as well as to your builder page: galaxie500's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:


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    Cool! It's gratifying to see a fully functional English wheel constructed from a pair of old bearings and tubing.

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    Loving the concept will be making one very soon

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    E-WHEEL BEARINGS

    Quote Originally Posted by jere View Post
    Those bearings look huge what did they come out of?
    Sorry for taking too long to answer your question. The big one is from a big electric motor. I've been using this wheel for five years and it never wears.


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