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Old August 31st 2020, 02:01
Hoghead Hoghead is offline
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Hub drawing required

I bought an Imohr IFS and now need front hubs to suit my 996 wheels and brakes. The Imohr fabricated Spindle appears to take standard Beetle bearings, but I will need to make an axial to radial calliper adapter bracket.

Does anyone have a hub drawing that I can use as a starting point?
Importing a hub into Thailand is an expensive problem, and given my set up I likely will have to make one

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Old January 22nd 2021, 17:55
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How'd this work out? Did you make some hubs?
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Old January 24th 2021, 23:21
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I had Global Dimensions (Bangkok) come over to my house and scan the front end and entire chassis, plus a couple of bike project bits
Amazing technology!

Once digitized, it is a simple matter for them to model it in
Solid Works, and product step files for the CNC

Job done!

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https://www.globaldimension.com/
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Old January 25th 2021, 17:13
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Cool stuff.
So is it all digital or you have parts in hand?
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Old February 1st 2021, 03:35
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The drawings have been sent to the machine shop and should be done in a couple of weeks

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Old February 5th 2021, 14:36
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Are the spindles welded? I can't recall if IMHOR is the Brazilian company or not. One of them had some questionable weld quality on some of the bars/spindles. Worth checking and being safe!

Not to discredit, the innovation is amazing, just would like to see improvements in quality before I consider further. I really like the rear A-arm kit!
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