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Old 06-28-2010, 05:50 PM   #1
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The main frame is oak, paddle is aspen, axle is poplar. The lower pulleys are made from store bought maple 1 1/2" wheels that I sanded flat and thinned then grooved for the belt. I'll make the top pulleys with 5/16 dowels. It's just tacked together for the think and fit process but I think it will work.
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paddles and pulleys are drilled for getting the glue where I want it.
I am going to dust the pulleys with grinder dust when I paint them for a little extra grip because I can't keep the belts dry. There will also be spinners on the motor shafts to keep water away and the motors will be covered
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That looks like it should work Rob.
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