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Another Super Seven (Part 3)

Kit / Model  

Seven Based Custom

Manufacturer  

Scratch

Item Code  

Scratchbuilt Seven

Scale  

1/12

Description  

Since I still had the measurements for the wheel handy, I decided to make the rotors and hubs.


I decided to experiment with another approach to the wheels and took a run at making etch cut brass wheels. This time I chose a BBS style.

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Cars

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These are made to fit on the front, they’re directional too… Yes, the holes in the hubs are threaded to accept studs/bolts.
These are the rear brake rotors and hubs… Same basic process as the fronts, but not the same hub proportions.
Here is the spider I designed and cut from .030 brass.
Then I bent it using sockets for dies. Also shown is the outer rim I cut for it
Then I soldered the two parts together…
Here it is in the aluminum rim blank I made earlier with an extra tire.
I added some more pieces, nine to be exact, but they are just various sizes of brass tubing stock I soldered in to make the hub with the lug seats. This now bolts to the hubs I made earlier.
Still cleaning up the edges of the spokes and anything else that needs it.