daihatsu enfield

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sonydsinglesville
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daihatsu enfield

Post by sonydsinglesville » Sat Jun 28, 2014 8:58 am

how could I connect bevel box with car hub and car tyre (r14).... any one plz suggest me
i have the 1.0 l daihatsu turbo engine
I dont have the ural gearbox In india otherwise ill connect that.
u can suggest me on whatsapp also my contact is 919253266263

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Re: daihatsu enfield

Post by BertTrack » Thu Jul 03, 2014 3:59 pm

I would use a screwdriver. :P
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Re: daihatsu enfield

Post by coachgeo » Thu Jul 03, 2014 6:05 pm

sonydsinglesville wrote:how could I connect bevel box with car hub and car tyre (r14).... any one plz suggest me
i have the 1.0 l daihatsu turbo engine
I dont have the ural gearbox In india otherwise ill connect that.
u can suggest me on whatsapp also my contact is 919253266263
Think your not getting answers cause your question is too void of information and the answer is very complex.

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Re: daihatsu enfield

Post by tappy » Fri Jul 04, 2014 9:39 pm

I agree. There are SOOO many ways you could do this. We need to know what your constraints are. What your preferences are. What you're trying to achieve.
So - you've got a daihatsu 1.0L turbo engine. I think that makes up to 50hp. It must weigh a fair bit too. So you're going to need a pretty hefty chassis. I haven't seen many enfields with hefty chassis/frame.
You also have a car hub and car tyre. Presumably at the back end. So it's safe to say you're not using the original Enfield swinging arm. Presumably you're not expecting it to go round corners either (at least not leaning over)?
So what sort of overall layout are you thinking? Answering that will start to narrow down the design space a bit..

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