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I just started my 4th canoe today, built 3 this summer so far. Mine are all 20' Cedar strip and take about 80 hours to complete.These are designed by me and for an outboard motor on the stern.
Use 1/4 in rods to keep it from dropping down
Adding a motor means getting it licensed and insurance and much better brakes, Where I live it would need full lighting,ie headlight with hi-lo beam,signal lights, brake light
How much does this weigh? It looks like it weighs at least 250 lbs. Would like to have a reverse trike bike that is light enough to pedal up even the steepest hills on the street as i do not want it motorized.
Would like to build one of these but don't want it to weigh 200 pounds
I prefer laminated paddles as they are less prone to warping. Also I cover the blade with a layer of fiberglass for durability
Only one problem with this type of signals.They are not far enough apart,From a distance drivers in cars can't tell which way the blinker is for.Where I live both front and rear signal lights have to be at least 50 cm. apart
On my bike I have laptop battery powering all my lights which include a combination brake/tail light, headlight with hi/lo beam, front and rear signals.In my area signal lights have to be at least 500mm apart or 50 cm. A fully charged battery will run the lights for approx. 600 hours. When i have to charge the battery I just take it off the bike,plug it into a USB port on the home computer
I am looking for signal lights for my bike that have stand-offs similar to those on a motorcycle.If you have signals on your bike here they have to be at least 600mm apart on both front and rear.Any help would be appreciated
Where are all the steps for making this.It does not show how to do it just a list of parts and tools not the actual steps with photos
I never have to worry about cutting fingers when ripping lumber as I have a power lumber feed.Another step always check to make sure the fence is parallel to the saw blade to prevent binding and kick back.
I'm doing something similar but on an old ATV. Its just a rolling chassis. No motor or plastics . Mounting a v-twin on the back sideways with an aluminum prop. The V-twin motor is a Yamaha 1100 cc. will put an instructable on here when completed and tested