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Posted 2/22/2018 1:18:49 AM
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Hi all been a member for many years. But after a few general posts and years of absence, I am starting a 89 build. Until I get my donor car home I am consentrating on bolt on components. What i am searching for is some mesurments for building the side mechanics. I have done extensive research both here and on the net and have come up short. The basic part I need diamentions for is the toddington valve ( the main square component ) that is if I have the name rite . Thanks in advance for any help it would be greatly appreciated .
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Posted 2/26/2018 4:49:37 PM
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Try here:

https://batberry.wordpress.com/2016/01/10/remaining-side-mechanics-3d-models-uploaded/
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Posted 2/26/2018 11:15:42 PM
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Thanks for the reply.
I had looked 'at that thread , and although good it bid not contain what i was looking for.
After much thought i came up with a set of plans and meassurments based on what i had at home,
A model car, blueprints ,an australian street machine magazine articial and pics on this site.
The measurments and drawings although mabe not 100%accurate they will be very close and good enough for me too make the parts for my batmobile build.
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Posted 2/27/2018 12:48:26 PM
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Ok so here is what i have come up with.
The first pic teddington valve.
Second grappling hook launcher showing hook to bolt on as well just my idea.


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Posted 2/27/2018 1:26:20 PM
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They look good, you may be able message or email Tim at the batberry site if he still has contact info, or maybe the member Nitro on here, I thought I read that he has a few different CORRECT pieces he has gathered from aircraft scrap yards over the years for his own project.
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Posted 2/27/2018 8:42:07 PM
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Looks great! Are you having the teddington milled from a block or ??? Tim's plans call for the teddington valve to be made in a three part sandwich, then bolted together.
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Posted 2/28/2018 1:07:40 AM
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Hi I will fabricate the entire assembly from steel cutting all sections and machining other parts .
I hope to make it in sections to give it the part lines as required . Most of the valve will be welded internally to give neat part lines on the outside
The main casing and parts will be made 1/8 plate.
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Posted 2/28/2018 1:27:57 AM
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As an aside, i am building all the extras that bolt on to the 89 batmobile first, while i am collecting main components.
To that end i have built 2 machine guns using browning 1919 plans again with a few little changes and extras.


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Posted 2/28/2018 8:41:26 AM
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Nice looking guns! I love the bat symbol. It's those subtle little touches that make someone say WOW when they see the car.
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Posted 4/20/2019 5:47:44 PM
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Still to be finished, just my take on a grappling hook launcher for the 89 batmobile.

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