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posted by SwagaroniMacaroni 1 year ago on Tank-ish Car With Great Suspension
nice creation but the blocks connecting the shocks basically makes it useless, if you move them somewhere else it works alot better
posted by wasdlucas 1 year ago on Jump Rope Boy!
*as

posted by wasdlucas 1 year ago on Jump Rope Boy!
i don't are like dedep1 or theJ to be a hater
posted by wasdlucas 1 year ago on Jump Rope Boy!
yes, it don't works a i hoped
posted by ARCH_WOLF 1 year ago on Jump Rope Boy!
did u even try this out before posting??

posted by wasdlucas 1 year ago on Jump Rope Boy!
it don't works
posted by Woodmn 1 year ago on 5 Speed Manual Transmission
@XantriX no probs. Just spreadding the knowledge
posted by XantrX 1 year ago on 5 Speed Manual Transmission
@Woodmn Never Thought Of That, I Was Trying To Simplify The Whole Thing But That Sounds A Lot Better. Thanks For The Input!
posted by Woodmn 1 year ago on 5 Speed Manual Transmission
No idea how that happend ^^^
posted by Woodmn 1 year ago on 5 Speed Manual Transmission
Nice one for doing it without mods.
A clutch design I like to use is that you have a big gear (or unpowered wheel) with 4 grip pads on the front. That one is your input. Then a second one (your output) with the front of the wheel facing the grip pads on the first, but with 4 pistons, each with a grip pad on it, on the front. When the pistons are retracted the clutch is dis engaged and when you press h or whatever you bind the pistons to, they extend and as long as the 2 wheels cant move further away from each other, the pads will touch and engage the clutch. If you look carfully at the pics of some of my over the top gear box designs you might get a bette idea of what I am trying to say. -warning- very little slippage so if you want a gentle engagement dont use this one, or at least remove the grip pads.
posted by Woodmn 1 year ago on 5 Speed Manual Transmission
Nice one for doing it without mods.
A clutch design I like to use is that you have a big gear (or unpowered wheel) with 4 grip pads on the front. That one is your input. Then a second one (your output) with the front of the wheel facing the grip pads on the first, but with 4 pistons, each with a grip pad on it, on the front. When the pistons are retracted the clutch is dis engaged and when you press h or whatever you bind the pistons to, they extend and as long as the 2 wheels cant move further away from each other, the pads will touch and engage the clutch. If you look carfully at the pics of some of my over the top gear box designs you might get a bette idea of what I am trying to say. -warning- very little slippage so if you want a gentle engagement dont use this one, or at least remove the grip pads.