After the suspension was now finished first in the chain tensioner on the series. In principle, this would be quite good, but he has a relevane vulnerability. He has no stable connection to the aluminum tank and just sits on two plastic mushroom a plastic cover and this is only on the aluminum tank on. In addition, the aluminum tray at the rear is not exactly a paragon of rigidity.
So I am building a rod passing through the trough both a chain tensioner connects and reinforces the tub.
For this purpose, I first cut me a piece of 10mm aluminum.
I have provided at the ends, each with a M3 thread and it turned on so that the chain tensioner sit well on it.
On the tub I had to drill a 10mm hole instead of each of the two plastic mushrooms.
So now I was able to push through the connecting rod and stick to the pan.
But the tub is so not ready. I still need shoring axis of the drive axles.
I mount this gear in the tub and put a ball bearing on each axis.
To the ball bearing I put a bead kneading epoxy.
Then I press the countershaft cover and screw him. The inside and outside overflowing epoxy I push a screwdriver between the bearing and the inside cover.
So I get a very simple and effective axle support which holds great.