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New designed a motor mount for sale , looking for review


#101

In my experience it has been a super solid mount and well regarded. @WARMAN is keen to find more of these as are other guys.


#102

if so, that is a very good design!


#103

@bigben did anyone use the enertion mounts and installed belt idler?


#104

I’ve not seen any but they may well have.


#105

So this design are for caliber 50? mine are 44 :face_with_monocle:, can you make some preview with 44 angle. Wondering about the clearence i would get.


#106

Hi. Sorry, I have no idea of caliber 50 or 44, what are the difference?


#107

The baseplates. One is 50° one is 44°


#108

Thanks! my drawing is caliber 50. I think it will also work for caliber 44.


#109


#110

it looks like this design can not use on caliber 44…, either make it adjustable, or make another version for 44.


#111

an adjustable version would be the ultimate solution, since you can use them for reverse mount or inward mount.


#112

Or just use a riser


#113

i want my board to be as close to the ground as possible. My first build was rather high and that is quite annoying.
But sure, if it is too much to ask for he can just leave it at that.


#114

I still thinking


Help for motor mount with super cheap build
#115

I did! I poke larger hole on cover hole and bolted through bearings and locked with nuts.


#116

cool. can you share a picture?


#117

You could add teeth to the 2 pieces so it has many possible angles and won’t rely on just pressure.


#119

looks well used^^


#120

That’s good idea, Thanks.

I have some idea of the adjustable version now, but still don’t have one that satisfy me. in the end very possibly I will produce the fixed angle one. 1 version for caliper 50, 1 for caliper 44. this will be more cheap, better suit for net shop sale.


#121

is that jp weld on the trucks and mount?