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    equilink in solid works

    I spent a few hours putting the equilink system into solid works and building a working assembly drawing. Man that system is slick, near vertical wheel path and incredibly fluid motion. I'm not sure yet how well the red link works in pedal force cancellation still need to do force analysis. I just have to say i have incredible respect for the engineers who designed that system.

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    pic of it
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    Do you have pin joint near the rear wheel? Most equalink models, do not have joint/pivot there.

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    For the model to work i had to put a pin however the carbon fork flexes which does the same thing. The pin i have in the rear wheel has a spring value assigned to replicated the spring action of the CF. If people want i can upload video of the suspension motion.

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