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This Instructable is mainly made of scrap materials and cost me about $20 Australian dollars from my local bloke hardware for those 'few extra bits'. The principle of ...
THINGS YOU NEED Tyre and inner tube, Wheel barrow wheel in my model. bolts out of your own collection or local shop, suitable hose connector, to suit your ...
Wear appropriate safety equipment. File sharp edges after cutting. Welded steel is hot. Shield all rubber from weld splatter.
Cut five pieces of 40mm x 3mm flat bar at 70mm long and drill a hole suitable for your bolts appox 10mm from one end. (Rounding of the ...
For the BASE I used 38mm x 75mm galvinised tube, this piece is the center and also allows air to flow to the hose connector, (middle tube), the ...
Valves were the hardest to design with many options available including buying some expensive brass (not weldable) types. You may also know these valves as: Reed valves, Check ...
I had to check for leaks in the tyre as I got it off a scrap pile and had no idea of the condition it was in. I ...
To make the Rocker Arm cut a piece of 75mm x 38mm tube the same length as the base total length. Drill a hole through the 75mm length ...
Crank length you must work out for your design. The tyre must be able to stretch and contract without contacting the two TYRE ANCHOR PLATES or be over ...
Connect up a hose, fill a tub or bucket with water place hose in water and crank that handle. I Know you have skipped to this step allready. ...
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