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This is extremely incorrect, no humidity, substrate or warmth. Next time why dont you research something before spewing misinformation leading to a creatures death.
Single Wheeled Bike Trailer
Ok...im painting the american flag onto a canvas. It measures 125.5" wide by 17" high. What would the correct proportions be for the blue, stars, red stripes and white stripes
I can't stop looking at how ugly that boy is
The poor crab dose not have anything it needs like heater humidifier hiding place bending ISO extra shells and has to stay with two dorks all the time I Realy feel bad for the poor guy! Your torchoring the little guy! TRY HARDER!
Thanks for the thorough response. I'll definitely report back if I end up making it. I'll be busy for 2-3 months, so it will be a while. I guess that gives me some time to go over the concept and think about possible changes. I still have to find a cheap brazing/welding tool among other things too.Cheers
Unfortunately, I didn't really think out as much as I should have with regards to the height; what I ended up with was the result of a lucky break.Thinking back on it, though, I imagine if there's a height differential, you could adjust the bend of the arms (on the rear triangle of the junker bike) such that they meet the trailer either higher or lower where it connects. You could also adjust the height of the vertical pieces such that the triangle is still vertical, but the trailer is at the height you want it.As for rotation, it attaches to the bike at the rear braze-ons and is screwed in, so it's pretty much an extension of the bike frame. It does rotate where it connects with the trailer (see step 8 and the first picture of step 9). I used a length of the seat post (from the junker bike) so that it would fit between the top and bottom frames of the trailer. It's around this post that the head tube pivots. (The seat post is brazed to the trailer; the head tube is not -- it was brazed to the rear triangle and floats on the seat post...if that makes sense.)Good luck with your build; post pictures when you're done!
Hi, very interesting tutorial. I'm planning to make a trailer myself.I still have one thing I'm not sure about though, heights. Is there any mechanism allowing for a height angle difference between the trailer and the bike? Does it rotate where you attach it to the bike? If so, how is this achieved?
In order to be nice to hermit crabs and their caretakers, this posting should be removed, because if someone puts them in this cage, they'll die.There is no way to have a cage with the required 70% humidity The enclosure must be sealed (like an aquarium with a lid) and have plenty of moisture and moisture-retaining substances (the substrate, pools of treated water both non-salt & salt, sponges that have been dipped in water).
Mine is going on seven years with me--and had lived with the previous owner for seven years.
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