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BFenix wrote: Silent-sigfig wrote:
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Nice. I wish I had those pieces.
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It looks functional, but can It bear loads, I had a similar design I used as a cable car with a clothesline, but gravity smacked my bitch up.
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I'm sure you could figure out a way to put supports under the rail.
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If you went up and over the wheel you could evenly distribute your load and put on much more weight
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