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sequential shifter house

Discussion in 'DIY peripherals' started by zigzag49, Feb 21, 2015.

  1. zigzag49

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    Good Morning
    I will present a sequential shifter that I make there a while, now it is no longer used as a box H / sequence is in progress.
    Initially the joystick buttons (sears) have been used but there was a malfunction on the report went wrong suddenly have the simple switch replacement with at Smallcab card.
    The little mechanism system can be interesting, here are the photos.

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    Here after the change of the buttons by addition of contacts and the card.

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  2. bsft

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    Great job and thanks for the photos. You can certainly wood work better than me.
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    How did you put the paddles on the DFGT?
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    I think you're talking about this.

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    The gates have been directly welded to the platinum T500RS at the outlet of the pallets.

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    ps:a big thank you for your gift :cheers
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    Daguru Rally drivers do it in the mud

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    Nice I do love a bit of wood work thanks for sharing :thumbs
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    Thanks daguru.
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    Nice! And beautiful case you have built!
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    Great job zigzag49 ! Congrats :thumbs
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    hi
    leaederman thank you
    A dding a video showing the operation of the mechanism, it no lever stop, it should not be proud that it has run.

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    Sorry @zigzag49 but the video url is messed up and hence does not work.
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    Arff !!! Not wake up this morning. Thank you
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    Great work, thanks for the photos, makes it so much easier to help make my own, thanks
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    thank you, it's a pleasure.