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Old 08-18-2006, 06:54 AM
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diy english whell

Good everning from Western Australia.
Does any body have diy plans for a english wheel

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If you would have did a search in our knowledge base you would have found this link . Hope this is what you are looking for.

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Check out Metalmeet

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A nice english wheel article

I don't know if anyone here subscibes to Home shop machinist or not. The last three issues had very detailed drawings with instuctions to build a very nice wheel, The September/October issue had the last write up on it.
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English wheel plans.

Bicbuilt, if you are still looking for plans to build an english wheel I have a book which details the complete construction of e wheels of any size.Please contact me ,I am in Perth W A also. Openwheels.
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Bicbuilt, if you are still looking for plans to build an english wheel I have a book which details the complete construction of e wheels of any size.Please contact me ,I am in Perth W A also. Openwheels.
You may wish to send him a private message, I see by his profile he hasn't been here since the post in 06. He may have a notification by email for pm's and posting. Good luck.

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