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1933 Ford Fordor Sedan #2: Spoked Wheels are my first challenge

10-08-2019 10:34 AM by crowie | 13 comments »

Spoked Wheels are my first challenge but thanks to Dutchy’s blog I have a jig… I had to do the centre’s twice as I was using too large a bamboo skewer.

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A Dump Truck Adventure #9: Wheels 01

01-12-2019 02:43 PM by George_SA | 0 comments »

I made a few jigs for making the wheels 1st I made the wheel blanks 10×50 x 50mm for this truck. My final wheel size is 44mm diameter. I marked 1 corner for consistency on the drill press. All the blanks for the wheels plus a few spare Mark the centre of the blank. I only mark one to set up the drill press. The set up in the drill press with a stop block against the drill press fence. I used a 25mm Forstner bit to drill the holes for the centre hub. Then I drill the axl...

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WWII Jeep #4: Model Build #4 : Tires for WWII Jeep w/ Trailer

11-11-2018 08:52 PM by Jason1974 | 11 comments »

Well guys its finally here…..The tires. Here is the way I did my tires or shall I say TYRES!... The Wheel Jig... The wheel blanks. The are 2-3/4” wide by 5/8” thick.... Cutting the grooves. Make sure the lines on the guide are lined up or your grooves will be all JACKED up!... Cutting the groves on the other side. Make sure you cut in between the grooves you cut earlier.... Finished cutting all the grooves for the tires. ... Not its time to cut a 1-1/2̶...

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Shop jigs #3: Wheel making jig Setting it up

10-29-2018 11:47 PM by htl | 5 comments »

A helper post for the tread making jig. Here is the jig in straight mod but I need angle tire treads so! Take out the two screws holding the base down, then pull up and turn the frame for angled mod, using the dowels to line everything up, them screw it down so everything stays in place. I cut off the corner so the fence could get in closer. I added a stop block at the back of the table saw so i wouldn’t have to think about stopping ,just hit the stop and on we go. Th...

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Toy Construction #186: Just about there with the Mack.

02-22-2018 01:01 AM by htl | 11 comments »

If I add front wheel drive does that make this a 6 wheeler or a ten? The drive shaft follows the Differential on both the front and back. As I said just about there. Here's the finished project.

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Hot Rod FORDS #3: And we have wheels

02-04-2018 10:26 AM by crowie | 12 comments »

And we have wheels… 2.75” dia a 1” for the front three segments with 20 tread cuts at 5deg 3.5” dia x 2” for the rear.. five segments with 20 tread cuts at 5deg

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Making Wooden Model Plans #9: Got some wheels made

01-30-2018 09:49 PM by htl | 3 comments »

The treads I made on the last post were just to big so sanded down one set and retreaded them. Now these are the right size. And here’s how I cut the wood down for my wheels.I cut the board just a tad over size 2 3/4” then rip on the table saw using a rip blade that came with the saw and it does a pretty smooth job of it. The project page is here.

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Wheels for pedal cars

07-13-2016 04:51 AM by Tony Slattery | 2 comments »

Hi, for anyone in Australia who may be interested in making pedal cars and go karts, in fact anything with wheels. Am always on the lookout for wheels for ride on toys, especially those types used on golf buggies and perambulators. Found a supplier – Hobby Wheels Two types I am interested in – golf cart wheels rated at 40kg and hobby wheels rated at 50kg There are two shops not too far away from me in Batemans Bay. Can also buy online, and to look at the prices, hav...

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Toy Construction #60: Tires for the tanker truck 1&2

06-13-2016 11:20 PM by htl | 10 comments »

The tires will be something like these but much simpler treads.They will be much thinner to fit the truck. http://lumberjocks.com/htl/blog/80818 Going to experiment with some cheap new hole saws and see if I can make some truck tires for my latest project.This is an 18 hole saw set for $16 so way cheap and light duty.From Harbor Freight.The main thing I’m after here is the large choice of hole sizes for making tires.3/4 In – 5 In Carbon Steel Hole Saw Set 18 Pc When I sho...

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Drill Press Series #1: Wooden Wheels

08-16-2015 07:56 PM by Paul Pomerleau | 1 comment »

At first I went to the craft store to buy the wooden wheels that I needed for childrens toys.After a while I thought that I can make my own. Here is a video of how I make them. Let me know what you think.Thank you.Paul

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