The aluminum bit that forms the base of the tower and the camber link mounts was a royal son of a bleep-blop to make. I have no fancy machinery. That was a Bladerunner, an angle grinder, and a lot of filing. The upper G10 part, on the other hand-- that took maybe
10 minutes. And I have enough leftover G10 from the chassis build to make about 10 more.
I'm still concerned about how thin I made the ends of the tower arms. But for what is essentially the prototype, I think it's just fine.
Side note: it's hilarious to drive with those Pede tires on it. The rears rub pretty much all the time. But it will blast through grass as full speed with no effort.
There are no atheists in the foxholes / There is no intellect in the air / There are no scientists on the way down / Just a working example of faith versus physics. --El-P, Flyentology