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started this project around the end of august i believe, and managed to get it done about a week ago. instead of the normal tube in a tube construction of typical tire hammer tup/guides, i went with a 45 degree dovetail guide and ram, just to keep things as compact as possible to fit in my narrow and relatively low shop. i also deviated from normal tire hammer territory in the rotating assembly and crank sections. Instead of the trailor spindle i used pillow blocks and a 1.5 inch diameter shaft, in which was mounted a hub to carry the spare tire. The crank assembly is entirely separate fr
Hello from Belgium, Glad to be part of the IFI community now. Found a very interesting forums and lots of knowledge around technic, skills and practices. Here a short introduction of myself. After professional education (maintenance mechanic) and after several years work/training in a lock/black-smith shop, finally running my own BS-shop for 9 years on a historical Dutch shipyard. Because of health reasons and funding a family I rest de shop and went back to school for studying quality- and work safety management. Since about 17 years I’m busy on payroll now to ma