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Full Frame 2 DOF + Traction Loss new build

Discussion in 'DIY Motion Simulator Projects' started by Halloween2go, May 20, 2020.

  1. ChuckyP

    ChuckyP New Member

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    I just stumbled across your videos and subscribed. I’ve been on the fence about what style sim rig to start on and have been lurking for a while trying to find a decent option.

    I’m very interested in the more compact design you are working on currently (seat mover). I compiled a list of parts based on the parts used for your previous build. But I’m curious if the wiper motors gave you good results or if I should just purchase the larger pot motors in the first place.

    I’ll be starting a thread soon when I get a little closer to starting. Thanks for the inspiration.
  2. PyroBlaze13

    PyroBlaze13 PyroBlaze131 VR Racer

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    My Motion Simulator:
    2DOF, 3DOF, DC motor, 4DOF, 6DOF
    Love your rig and it’s actually the inspiration to my Project.
    Dave, did you use a fully threaded (threaded all the way up and down) bolt?
    Or one like mine?

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  3. Bobby2682

    Bobby2682 New Member

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    Thanks. I went to the junk yard and grabbed one from a chevy truck.