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Feynman last won the day on September 16 2020

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    Ninebot Z10, Gotway Nikola 2100WH, KS S18

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  1. These are the washers I used. However, keep in mind that I 3D printed custom bushings to replace the bearings, so my build will likely be different than yours. That said, the posts and bolts above should work regardless. If you want to see my whole process, look at the Suspension Overhaul thread. If you want a set of bushings, let me know; I think I have at least one extra complete set and can print more as needed. 7. M6 Stainless Flat Washers (4 total) -- https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B009OK2AZK/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o09_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 $9.52 8. 0.5" ID x
  2. FWIW I replaced all my suspension bolts and posts with these: 1. 15mm L x M6 Cap Bolts (8 total) -- https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07L56Z4SY/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1 $6.89 2. 12mm L x M6 Button Head Bolts (4 total) -- https://www.belmetric.com/6mm-c-563_581_584_606/sb6x10ss-button-allen-socket-head-stainless-p-3278.html $0.64 3. 20mm L x 10mm OD x M6 round coupler (4 total) -- https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07SQLZ568/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&th=1 $7.99 4. 25mm L x 10mm OD x M6 round coupler (2 total) -- https://www.
  3. I've been so busy with work that I haven't had a chance to get it all back together yet. Hopefully this weekend!
  4. Finally reassembling. I went with 'Colonial Red'
  5. I completely agree. The amount of engineering that went into this thing is impressive. Reminiscent of the Z10, but even sexier
  6. Very nice! I'm adding that to my list!
  7. To be fair, I'd rather be riding the wheel than fixing it
  8. You're right, sorry. The blocks go with the pedal hangers. But you do have an interesting thought there - maybe wait until installing the pedal hangers to tighten the motor mounts at the same time? My wheel hasn't changed in a few days. I realized that the shafts are rotating along with the arms in the slider and top holes, so my thrust bearing there are doing effectively nothing. They won't hurt anything, but it's not a great design. I guess I should just leave it as is and get the wheel back together.
  9. I'm curious if the measurement varies as you move up the rails? (i.e. are they parallel?) Did you have the block in place when you tightened them?
  10. True, that could be an internal flat washer. All I can say is that it doesn't look like the blue plastic/rubber seals on the original bearings. If it IS a flat washer they've stuck in there, it's likely defeating any bearing it's sitting next to by binding both races to it.
  11. Those sure look like bushings to me. Not that we can see much from the outside.
  12. Pocket B, with new bushing design, fully tightened. My Movie 1.mp4
  13. You added grease nipples?!? That's bad ass!
  14. I'm close. Going to print one more revision of the B Pocket bushing, then I'm done.
  15. True. But I got one of my round couplers stuck permanently in my 7/16 socket trying to pound it out of a bushing that was too tight .
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