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Old Wed 04 November 2009, 17:52
Castone
Just call me: Leo #41
 
Soddy Daisy , Tn
United States of America
Castone Motor Plates

I will be making more kits and I thought since I am making them I would go ahead and include my belt drive motor mounts with the kits ,you will also get the regular ones with it too, it would be just the plates so you would need to counter sink them ,make your standoffs and buy all of your parts. I will include where to buy all the parts though. Kits will be ready to ship next week. I put the program in for them, today at lunch. Thanks, Leo
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File Type: jpg End Tranny.jpg (85.0 KB, 813 views)
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Old Wed 18 November 2009, 08:00
Castone
Just call me: Leo #41
 
Soddy Daisy , Tn
United States of America
DXF Files

I saved them back to an older version try these.
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File Type: dxf Dead Re Stop.DXF (51.7 KB, 125 views)
File Type: dxf Inside mount.DXF (53.2 KB, 115 views)
File Type: dxf Motor Spacer.DXF (50.3 KB, 105 views)
File Type: dxf outside mount.dxf (59.7 KB, 111 views)
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Old Sun 29 November 2009, 16:47
Castone
Just call me: Leo #41
 
Soddy Daisy , Tn
United States of America
Belt drives

As promised here are a few pictures of the belt drives mounted. I have a few more mold patterns to finish cutting , then I will put up a few pics of different materials such as abs , aluminum and wood. And thanks to JR for getting me started on these belt drives. May also make some ABS vacume formed belt gaurds for them if I can find the time. Thanks
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File Type: jpg MOTOR Z 009.jpg (77.0 KB, 641 views)
File Type: jpg X 008.jpg (66.1 KB, 635 views)
File Type: jpg Z OTHER SIDE 003.jpg (68.7 KB, 632 views)
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Old Mon 12 February 2018, 14:59
jeep534
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prichard, wv
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Castone
how thick are the plates

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Old Tue 13 February 2018, 05:28
MetalHead
Just call me: Mike
 
Columbiana AL
United States of America
The plates are .25 or 6.35 mm.

http://www.mechmate.com/forums/showt...t=motor+plates
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Old Tue 13 February 2018, 05:40
jeep534
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prichard, wv
United States of America
thank you mike
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