So this is still in the concept phase. I’m printing out the first blocks today and will assemble/try this over the weekend. Just curious if there’s a genuine need for this or if it’s a rarity.
It takes 2 standard bearing and allows you to file down your hangers concentric to the axle. This may not be needed by all but with Caliper trucks I’m just not getting the overall clearance I’d like and if using bolt and nut you must file down the ends anyways so figured I’d try it first. It’s intended to be used with a piece of 6X2 (at least 12.75 inches long) but you could bolt it to anything. Pre-drilled holes are for #10 wood screws plus a flat washer on the top to hold it in place.
I envy your US Dollar. I’m located near Toronto Canada. This is the closest equivalent which is also the cheapest one you can get. Converted its just shy of DOUBLE your $70 USD. Even though $70USD to CAD is $90.
@Kaly - i have the 10in version of this - works great! I got it on sale for a little over $120 vs retail 200. Nothing amazing, but seems well made and has worked great for everything i’ve needed. Laser is handy but nothing micron accurate. The extra light in the back is surprisingly handy - but i’d add LED’s to one that didn’t have light already - brighter and all around the drill head.
OP - great idea and i’ll give it a shot the next time i need to turn a hanger! Pretty ingenious.