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Electric Longboard Motor Mount

by Quan1um Apr 8, 2015
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can you add a picture how it is connected ?
thank you

Hello did you designe with solidwork ? if yes, is it possible to give me the part solidwork file i need to do some modify Thank you.

hi what engine do I need it and I do not need?

Hello, is the shape for a caliber truck? thanks!

It is, it has been awhile since iv'e updated it, and its specific to which motor, pulleys and belt you use, but yes it is the shape for a caliber truck.

thanks, i think it will snap with pla (right?) so i'm gonna go with colorfabb xt.

i've got a turnigy sk3 63mm motor and a 295mm belt and a 270mm one

Those arn't the parts i used those this thing will probably won't fit your parts. I wouldn't waste your time or materials trying to print this. If you know your pulley distance which can be calculated using this website . You could stretch this part and make it work if the motor mount holes line up with your motor.

thanks for the fast reply. why should't i waste my time on this again? i've had a mount that broke. pulleys and motor did all match, only thing i need is a new mount. colorfabb xt is a very strong and stiff material made out of carbon. and if the motor doesn't fit it is not a problem because i can redrill holes right? May i ask what kinda motor + pulleys + belt you used?


Okay, you might have a hard time redrilling your part, but I know very little about that material.

I have redrilled it and everything is in place and fits !:) i will reinforce the mount with 2 little steel strips with holes in it and i will screw them in to the mount with bolts and nuts. which will protect them from breaking. those strips are very cheap and its a good solution.

and 1 quick tip: i would raise the angle a littlebit more, the motor is almost grinding to the ground with 76mm wheels

may i ask what motor and belt and pulleys u used?