Rotisserie build

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  1. 71flh

    71flh Veteran Member

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    Nice!
    I wonder if a pair of air over hydraulic cylinders connected together would push both ends up at the same rate. As my Asian hydraulic cylinders cease to function, I get the AO ones. That leads to the question of lowering at the same time. Wondering on that one...
    As another poster mentioned, I'd probably go to CL/offerup and wait a bit.
     
  2. 70lt1z28

    70lt1z28 Veteran Member Gold Member

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    Maybe, but the weight at each end would need to be very nearly the same. The connected cylinders would both be pushed with balanced line pressure which would then exert equal force at each end. If one end is "lighter" it may move easier and faster, then eventually bind in the tube.
     
  3. Paul1979

    Paul1979 Veteran Member

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    Great job with this! Looks very professional.
     
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  4. rgfast

    rgfast New Member

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    thank you
     
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  5. TijuanaThunder

    TijuanaThunder Member

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    THANKS FOR SHARING!!!!!!!
     
  6. sickfast1964

    sickfast1964 Veteran Member

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    Very Nice work. Great detail
     

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