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easy and cool project

Step 1: Starting

firts you will need and rc drive shafts joint, but its better to get an plastic big one

Step 2: Handle Part

ive used an cork to do the handle,

you will need to cut one, and the joint too

than do a hole in the cork put the joint and glue

Step 3: Frame

get a piece of rounded aluminium and let straight

and bend like the pictures

and do 2 holes on the top

one to the gopro tripod adapter and other to the handle

Step 4: Balance

to do the balance you will need an solid iron

Step 5: Almost Finishing

bend the aluminium around the iron

Step 6: Finish

than after painted will stay almost like this

hope you enjoy!

<p>Good work, looks nice and very useful!! I'm inspired to try something similar.</p>
<p>Nice job. I plan to build something very similar from the arm of a broken office chair - it's metal and has the perfect shape. I'm looking to buy the handle and universal joint. Since you can buy a basic stabilizer for ~ $30, I'm looking to only spend about $10 on these parts. Any suggestions? </p>
<p>cool, always better make rather than buy!</p>
Cool..!
<p>thanks bro1!!</p>
<p>Very nice! I've needed something like this!</p><p>It looks like the hardest part to source (and most crucial) is that RC drive shaft. Any ideas of an alternate item that could be used?</p>
<p>thanks!! like the friend here said, i have buyed from aliexpress too!</p>
<p>i was thinking that too, but it is easy, ive buyed from here&quot; http://pt.aliexpress.com/item/Cu3-2PCS-HSP-106015-Universal-Steel-Drive-Shafts-Joint-for-1-10-RC-Cars-Black/1214155187.html?recommendVersion=1 &quot; its easy, but like i said, this iron one is not good, you should get an plastic bigger one</p>
Great idea. I'd love a little more instruction on the build.

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