Knex Shock Absorber/Door Stopper

Introduction: Knex Shock Absorber/Door Stopper

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This is a knex shock absorber built out of knex and rubber bands. It does not use many pieces and could easily be turned into a door stopper or a robot leg. Please rate

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Step 1: The Top

This is the upper part of the shock absorber.

Step 2: The Middle

You guessed it. It's the middle of it.

Step 3: The Base

Yes I know. This confuses you so much you wont be able to sleep tonight. GET OVER IT!!!!!

Step 4: Puting It All Together

This is when you put together the steps you built already. Easy enough.

Step 5: Mods

Look at these pics to easily turn your shock absorber into a door stopper. Watch video for more info.

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    9 Discussions

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    george121213
    george121213

    10 years ago on Step 4

    sorry,but it did not work can you send me help emails at Georgepking@gmail.com

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    Electroinnovation
    Electroinnovation

    Reply 10 years ago on Step 4

    I don't know why it didn't work. Either post a picture of yours, write what is wrong, or reread the directions.

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    s0lekill3r
    s0lekill3r

    11 years ago on Introduction

    Cool, this could save many walls from being dented =D.

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    mettaurlover
    mettaurlover

    11 years ago on Introduction

    cool! i'm goint to use this in two projects: my tank gun for a recoil absorber, and two for the legs of the walker i'm going to mount it on.

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    crestind
    crestind

    11 years ago on Introduction

    The latest fad seems to be suspension? Anyways, well written Instructable- clear pictures, good spelling. The build is a bit too simple though.