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My recycled aluminum project truck videos part 1 of 2

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Published on Jul 24, 2011

I also Loctite the wheels on to the dowel pin. Screws come up from the bottom to hold the springs in. And I check them check them often to make sure the wheels are still tight on the dowel.If they come loose you can break a flange. You can weld the flanges back on and re turn them. About 250 is their load limit.And if they are steel they easy hold a ton or what the springs hold. We mostly use the aluminum ones on cars that people don't ride on. Fif you got trucks you can build a car. They are usually a bought item. Few people make them. What you can do with old scrap aluminum. Don't throw metal in the trash. It will be lost forever. Always recycle. My first video with my new camera.

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