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Anyone know a good wheelbuilder? 
27th-Mar-2010 12:09 pm
Which wheel on the trike is the most expensive? Right front with the dynamo hub.

Which wheel has a visible S-bend from the recent transit to Perth? Right front with the dynamo hub. Arrgh!

Did I discover this before or after I finished rebuilding it? After (of course).
27th-Mar-2010 01:02 pm (UTC) - Confusion...

You say "trike", and then you say "right front"? Every trike I've ever seen (motorized or just the kid's pedal version) has one wheel in front, two in back; I've never seen the opposite configuration.
27th-Mar-2010 02:02 pm (UTC) - Re: Confusion...
Actually many, if not most**, recumbent trikes are in the tadpole (2 front) rather than delta (1 front) configuration.

Here's a very early* image of mine: http://pics.livejournal.com/arcadiagt5/pic/000017x7/g2

*As in it probably dates back 3+ years now - it looks like the original crank set and I swapped those out fairly early on.

**Well, in Australia at least. It took Greenspeed almost twenty years before they introduced the Anura: http://arcadiagt5.livejournal.com/115508.html

Edited at 2010-03-28 00:07 (UTC)
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28th-Mar-2010 12:01 am (UTC) - Re: Confusion...
Front steering, drive wheel at the rear.

Have you heard about the Sidewinder? Rear steering, front wheel drive?


Just because I like messing with your head. :)

Edited at 2010-03-28 00:08 (UTC)
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28th-Mar-2010 12:32 pm (UTC) - Re: Confusion...

Did I mention that there are lean-steer trikes out there?

I tried one once, freaky doesn't begin to cover it...
28th-Mar-2010 01:40 am (UTC) - Re: Confusion...
Oh and btw are you feeling any better? Leece mentioned on her blog that you had acquired the dreaded lurgy?
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28th-Mar-2010 12:34 pm (UTC) - Re: Confusion...
Sigh. So that would be the usual good news / bad news routine.

Dare I hope that you're NOT on call for SwanCon?
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