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Old 01-21-2006, 02:29 PM   #30
wheelnut46
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Maybe a front wheel/tire from a dirtbike would work well. The rim, axle, bearings etc. would be time proven to the task and assembly/removal would be cake. Also a larger diameter tire is beneficial in many ways. The "forks"-like structure that holds the wheel in place could run horizontal (parallel to the ground) and act as support for the frame.
Just keeping the ideas flowing.
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