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    Warrior trike frame jigs

    That's how i found it, the way back machine, those links are perfect, take some time and look at his posts, pictures, and jigs. I never messaged him, i just found it and took all the info i could, i know i posted links in jons thread as well and i made a post about how i figured the front arm...
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    Warrior trike frame jigs

    There is another warrior thread from Jon on here, he made a wood frame jig and if you look on the internet archive for this forum and look up posts from "spinner" he had jigs for almost every part. I copied several of his ideas when i built mine, he had one for the head tube alignment angles...
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    Cost of building

    Chucko, where in ohio, I'm in dayton and just finishing a warrior.
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    I am planning to build the Warrior

    I found the hubs and rims on ebay and took them to a local bike shop to lace up. I am about 2 or 3 days away from a test ride on my warrior and here is what i learned and what i'll do different next time: Go to walmart or target and buy 2 new bikes instead of using old ones. If you use old parts...
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    Warrior build Questions

    Clamps are cheaper than mistakes with steel.
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    Warrior build Questions

    I found an easier way to get the measurements for the steering booms. I just Jons frame idea and made supports and used clamps to get the tubes in the right place and hold them still. I then used some scrap tube and cut a fish mouth cut and held it in place on the tube with a U clamp. Then i...
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    Steering boom measurements
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    Steering boom measurements
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    Warrior build Questions

    Sorry I'm just seeing this now. My wheel was a 26" but the angle is wrong in the plans, if you look at the plans for the tomahawkfor a 2 wheel recumbent, he makes the same 45 degree cut and the back wheel supports are parallel to the ground and the upright tube is at a 45 degree angle. The...
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    hi im new here

    also did you paint or powder coat?
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    hi im new here

    Can you talk shop about your seats, thry looks awesome. are they aluminum what thickness, etc. Excellent looking work!
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    "Faster horses"

    A folding trike or recumbent bike...
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    Jon's Warrior Build

    Yes, here it is, but i had to usethe internet archive and test each post to see which worked https://forum.atomiczombie.com/showthread.php/5992-Just-another-Canadian-Warrior I think the issue with the pdf is the drawing says 11", the picture shows a bucket with a piece of tube on top to...
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    Jon's Warrior Build

    I figured out spinners fix, he posted a pic of his brakes and you can see the support tubes were welded to the axle tabs right against the bolts, not on the crown head like in the pdf.
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    Jon's Warrior Build

    so WAAAAAAY back a while, you were building this and there was an issue with the steering bar that connects the tabs on the wheels hitting the frame. Well I'm building a warrior and totally jacked your idea for the wood frame to support everything and i had the same issue the axle (okay emt...
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    Warrior build Questions

    I'll see if i can find it on the internet archive thanks
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    Warrior build Questions

    ok. But if you look at the picture i added, the green circle shows the issue, how once the 45 is tilted to the correct angle it doesn't match the angle of the rear wheel support.
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    Warrior build

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    bike angle.jpg

    Is this right?
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    Warrior build Questions

    I'm working on my build and up to page 32 it shows the angle of the seat back being 45 degrees. I'm no expert, but wouldn't that be 135 degrees, and if there is a V cut at the top of the tube at a 45 degree angle, it won't match up to the support for the back wheel, which seems to be about a...
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