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Old 09-07-2016, 10:27 AM   #1
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TerraCraft Motors TC-2 Leaning Reverse Trike Build

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Been working on moving shops so have not had time to update the build.

Pictures below are of Hub / Brakes we have been designing. These are 2 piece, take 320MM Brembo Rotors, with 6 Piston Brembo Mono Block Calipers, Wrapped with Ducati Single Sided Rear Wheel (Marchensini)











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Hand crafted precision! Such a delight to see things built and fabricated from raw materials. I've watched so many "builds" that look like installing pieces designed by others.

I hope you can still turn a profit with all those man hours and sell at a reasonable price!
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Hand crafted precision! Such a delight to see things built and fabricated from raw materials. I've watched so many "builds" that look like installing pieces designed by others.

I hope you can still turn a profit with all those man hours and sell at a reasonable price!
The hand built and fabrication has been tough! We have since started using auto desk 360 fusion and have been designing all the components, then 3D print and test, then on larger parts we have been sending them out and having them made. So now we are getting pricing by quantity and able to work on budgets and so forth. The next unit will be cheaper and easier since all the designed parts and chassis is a mouse click away lol.
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