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#16 Andy Clegg

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Posted Nov 05 2018 - 10:38 AM

Power tools and I don't get along John.

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Posted Nov 05 2018 - 10:45 AM

Delighted to know that the projector is in use.  I just noted the absence of your wheel and control arms and as there was only script showing in front my tiny brain did not recognise that you HAD to have a projector in use.  I love the videos you have posted previously with the 'felt over foam'

(I saw the milk and biccies though ! )
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#18 John Woods

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Posted Nov 05 2018 - 11:07 AM

Hi Paddy, thanks.
The milk and cookies...back straight comfort food that eases the stress of racing.

Andy, (and TP), if you really want one, we can get it done.

All of the significant dimensions have been posted on the P1 Just Goofin Round thread, which was referred to while laying out the foam board pattern shown in the pic.

After that it is only a matter of finding scrap materials large enough to cut down to size and join it all together.
The only "hard" dimension I used was 22in so the seat had room and 40in from the wheel to the display.
Otherwise it is what it is.

If you had all the materials gathered pretty sure you and a capable friend could knock this out probably a lot quicker than you think.
A few hours or so, not pressing it, with time along the way to think about the next step.

How wide? Wide enough to fit the free abandoned seat.
How long? Up to you.

Forgot to mention, glued and screwed.


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