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meeting belgie 9/10 oktober

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Postby raalst » Mon Sep 06, 2004 6:08 pm

9 & 10 oktober is er een meeting in belgie.

meer informatie

mijn kilo is bijna af, dus een goed excuus om te varen
vanuit den haag plm 200 kilometer, recht onder eindhoven en
recht naast sittard




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Postby toneburst » Mon Sep 13, 2004 11:12 am

Dan gaan we elkaar daar tegenkomen....
Voor mij iets verderderder reizen, maar toch!

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Postby raalst » Thu Sep 16, 2004 5:07 pm

Leuk !

Ik mag (!) de zondag. Ben jij er het hele weekeinde ?
Laat me even weten hoe ik je herken. enne... boot bij je ?

groeten, Ronald

Ps nu een tiefe/lageregler in de Kilo aan het zetten. Zonder
doet 'ie het goed, maar ik ben te slecht in het op diepte
houden.
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Postby toneburst » Fri Sep 17, 2004 3:25 pm

Hallo Ronald,

ik ben er beide dagen! Mijn ouders wonen een uurtje rijden van Houthalen, en rij dus za- op zondag heen en weer...

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Postby raalst » Sun Sep 19, 2004 10:58 am

got it !
nice stuff...
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Postby toneburst » Sun Sep 19, 2004 12:16 pm

Thanks Ronald!

just thought it'ld be nice to stick to English...
Did you know Mr. Engel & Mr. Brüggen have been invited to come to the Hengelhoef sub-meet? As far as I understood they have reacted positively. So if you thought about ordering orf buying something, or need some advise or have some remarks on their products this might be the ideal moment.
I do have some remarks about the Lafayette..

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Postby raalst » Sun Sep 19, 2004 4:32 pm

yep, I need a few "gestangedurchfuhrungen"
and possibly a "lageregler" for the Kilo.

Hopefully a lot of germans are also turning up.
Their boats are always impressive pieces of
engineering. I really want to understand how other
people made their axle watertight. Mine always had too
much friction
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Postby Sub culture » Sat Oct 02, 2004 3:04 pm

Hi,

Have you tried using simmerings?

They seem to be the best choice for low friction.

Norbert sells them on his website.

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Postby raalst » Sun Oct 03, 2004 5:06 pm

Thnaks for replying andy !

I did try these, but it almost seemed they
were smaller than what I specified.
Unused, the diameter of the opening is about 3 mm
for a 4mm axle.

And maybe I did not get the right axle material.
At some places along the axle, it ran much easier
than others.
the real problem I faced is that the motor
must be mounted spot-on centered with the
simmerring (and possibly a ball bearing)
I could not pull that off.




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