Spare spine and spinal discs?

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  1. orcinus

    orcinus Well-Known Member

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    Does anyone have a spare spine or some spare discs to transplant into my back?

    After lugging this thing around for an evening the pain is real.
    Also, i’m sweating like i was in a sauna.

    This thing ain’t gonna be moving anywhere once it’s completed, it’s rock solid!

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  2. orcinus

    orcinus Well-Known Member

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    PS: The right extrusion is parallel, even though it looks like there’s a gap at the bottom. The right side of the bottom plate has a weird chamfer on that side that makes it look like it’s off.
     
  3. Greg Holloway

    Greg Holloway Administrator
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    Yup, it's heavy. To be able to run at high speeds and acceleration we need to have high rigidity. I recommend building it in the same spot you intend to run it from so you keep moving it to a minimum.
     

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