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Rick Eggers

Member ID: 1908Rick
Status: Free Member
Cape Coral, FL, USA   USA
Member Since: 2017-05-29
Home Site: The CycleKart Club
Last Login: 2018-02-19 11:47
Forum Posts: 0

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Personal Vehicle Registry

1900 Ford Model 01 Black Rick Eggers

1900 Ford Model 01
RE02
"Quadricycle"
1908 CycleKart Vintage Blue Rick Eggers

1908 CycleKart Vintage
RET01
"Lizzy"
1908 Harley Davidson Pre War Gray Rick Eggers

1908 Harley-Davidson Pre-War
RE08

1935 CycleKart Speedway Racer Blue Silver Rick Eggers

1935 CycleKart Speedway Racer
REMF35

1965 AC Cobra Blue white Rick Eggers

1965 AC Cobra
7609WIS

2003 Jaguar XK8 Convertible Silver Rick Eggers

2003 Jaguar XK8 Convertible
2003JAG



6 Vehicles — Total mileage: 92,004 mi (148,066 km) — Average age: 1937
Previously Owned Vehicles:

Member Journal – 1935 Miller-Ford Indy 500 Race Car

There are 11 total entries in this Journal.

Miller-Ford Spinners

Posted on: Saturday February 10, 2018

Miller front spinner 001

I finished the front wheel spinner. It turned out awesome, just like I planned . I had to mill off the lip on the Honda wheel hub, but that was easy. Cast aluminum cuts like butter. Then I used the drill guide I made to drill the three holes. So I have spinners on the front wheels that actually spin. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gJM2LVNN9dc&feature=youtu.be

'35 Miller-Ford Rolling Chassis

Posted on: Saturday January 20, 2018

Cycle kart rolling chassis 001

I finally finished the pin drive hubs and the key ways in the axle, so I could assemble it this far and roll it around. That's progress! Next comes finishing the body support skeleton and then the body panels. I was thinking about using a thin gauge steel for some of the body panels that won't be removable, so I can spot weld them in place and not have hundreds of rivets showing. The real '35 Millers have a very clean look to them. For the removable panels like the hood and side pan...

Pin-drive Rear Hubs

Posted on: Tuesday January 9, 2018

Cycle kart pin drive hub 001

I got my wheels and still hadn't decided what to do about rear hubs. The ones I was considering on eBay have a 4 on 4" bolt circle, so that won't work with wheels that have an oddball circle like 3 3/16". Also, I'm not too crazy about the look of the four bolt sticking out of the rear hubs on a lot of karts I see. Plus the hubs from ACK are expensive. So I bit the bullet and did what I have always done on this cycle kart - I made my own. I ordered some 6061 aluminum, bought some grade 8 SH...

Engine Turned Dash

Posted on: Saturday December 16, 2017

Instrument panel 001

After several days of experimenting, I finally have it done. It's far from perfect, but it'll do. I started out using a cone shaped wire brush, because someone told me that works well. I'm not listening to that guy any more. It worked, but I didn't like the dull look of the finished product, plus the wire doesn't give a clean edge to the circles. So I sanded it back smooth and hit youtube for some how-to vids. Every video has a different method, so I had to decide which to try next. One...


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