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Old Mar 06, 2014, 03:42 PM
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If you are not sure you can made additional bend in a single mount, make two and overlap them when you bolt the motor on.

You can drill holes in the mount for the push rods just like you do in the end cap. Use the mount as a stop for the push rod seal coming in from the out side.
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Old Mar 07, 2014, 02:47 AM
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[QUOTE=Cliff Hanger;27710146]If you are not sure you can made additional bend in a single mount, make two and overlap them when you bolt the motor on.

GREAT , See that's way , we as individuals need one each other ! . THANK YOU

You can drill holes in the mount for the push rods just like you do in the end cap.

Use the mount as a stop for the push rod seal coming in from the out side.[/QUOTE]
How to do These? . Can You make a sketch with ? .

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Old Mar 07, 2014, 09:04 AM
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There are several rod seals.

O-ring type (Source)


O-ring type (Source)


Web page with instructions to make your own rod seals and shaft seals.
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THANK YOU , THANK YOU ,

These is quit Excellent to study and Reproduce . Great Materials . With Your Permission I downloaded the PDF file for it .
Let's see where and with what cost I can find those materials .

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Old Mar 07, 2014, 11:25 AM
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I edited the above post about seals to include a link to the source.

Years ago....1980s..... I used brass compression fittings.


Removed the brass barrel and used an O-ring.
Tightened until the o-ring seals the push rod. Then glue the threads so the nut would not back off.

Had to grind the face flat so the o-ring would sit even. These where available at hardware and automotive stores.
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OK , that's a great idea . I wheel look for it .
I tray to avoid everything needs to make Threads , because my mini lathe don't have "automatic feed screw and gear wheels for execution threads .

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Old Mar 10, 2014, 06:12 AM
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HI ,

Regarding some Advices I did some Work on NEW Motor Mount , and these is the Result:

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Here I encountered a small Problem solved by cutting some material :
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HI GUYS ,

I did some work to day. Is not exactly " a piece of art" but is Hand Made , my HANDS ! so is perfect . I am joking of course . If there are some aspect witch can be improved be Free to tel me .
What I did today is actually 2 small bronze pieces , for rods control of rudders and dive planes . (I KNOW here is not quite Good English Grammatic !!!).

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Nice work.

Are these rod guides or are you going to make them in to rod seals with a groove inside for an 0-ring?
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HI there ,

I did some progress to day . I made the propeller shaft house . I don't know if is going to be the final , that's hard to say now . Wheel shall see . Any way these cames out after a 3 - 4 hours of hard work . Way take so much , is because I was going in just 0,010mm too MUCH and the Ball Bearing wasn't going as is should be . You now what I mean . I HAVE MY LIMITS !!!. I don't have the skills and the technick to do that kind of work from the first time . On the 3rd TIME It was Good Anough to give hem a shot .
Any tips/tricks/ would be great for those kind of operation in a very close future .

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"Are these rod guides or are you going to make them in to rod seals with a groove inside for an 0-ring" by Cliff Hanger
My expectation is to be both the Rod Guides and sealing at the same time . I wheel tray to make as tight as possible the hole for the rod and with some good White Grease to manage to seal .
Do You think is gonna be possible ?.
I forget to mention the Rod Guides is going to be attached to Rubber Push Rod Seal (similar to these ):
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Old Mar 15, 2014, 02:40 PM
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The push rod bellows seals are all you need.
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The O-ring seals are stand alone seals.
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Either way will do the job very nicely.

You have the bellows seals.
I would go with them.
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HI there ,

Question :
these Speed Controller work with Sealed Pb-Ac Battery or Ni Cd/NiMh Battery ?
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These Speed controller I want them for my LOS Angeles MOTOR (see picture) and That Specific Battery (from the same picture) :
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and these Speed Controller for these Pump :
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Well They fit as characteristics/Specs ?

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Old Mar 19, 2014, 07:50 AM
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Hi ,
Some ultimate arangements for the Push Rods and Propeller Shaft Sealing :

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Little Work to day : . I was working ALMOST 4Hours but at the end I BROKE 2 pieces , and the big one waFIRSTTS as Test . But I have learned from these experience and I wheel make them again .
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How is it cold these SMALL Black piece?
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How is it cold these BRONZE Piece I made ?
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Where I can get those SMALL Black piece , 3mm ; 4mm ; 5mm inside Diameter ?.

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HI there ,

Some activity on the project.

I did the rudders and dive planes bushings connectors for control rods ;
Materials:
- bronze bar 6mm diameter......I made the 2mm hole for rod and to hold them in place , was done with M3 threaded bolts ;
- bushings for rods were made ​​of bronze 4mm bar with 2.1mm hole ;

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