Hey, guys just wanted to share this simple build - maybe someone will have use of it.
So all I used was:
Wood plate - 35cm dia
Lazy Susan's bearing (you can get one on ebay if not sold localy)
One of those house thingies (you'll see in pics)
4x M4x25 bolts with hex nuts (lenght may be different - depends on logs dia)
4x 8mm wood screws
First find center of wheel and drill holes for bearing mount so those screws would go in more easy and wont make any cracking (but don't attach bearing just yet!)
Then find place on wood house thingy and drill there 4 holes for those m4 bolts (and don't attach bearing just yet!) (I suggest 4,5mm drill bit) (look at pics for hole locations they are not in middle but more to one side for the angle)
Then insert those four bolts in bearing and leave them hanging and screw bearing with wood screws to the plate - now you'll have a plate with attached bearing and four bolts hanging! This is needed, cuz You won't be able to insert them afterwards!
Now just with fine adjustment try to put all thing top of house thingy and since 4,5mm drill bit is used it will be easier to get those hanging bolts into holes.
Add hex nuts on other side!
Make deep and many scratches for grip!
What advantages I see for this build:
* It's simple
* They can camp under it
* Can't access bearing
* And you can adjust angle any time!
To adjust angle - simply just bend the house thingy in differet shape!
It doesn't wiggle - stable even on full run speeds and very quiet!
Looks great, and I love that the bendy bridge allows you to adjust the angle I had a problem with the lazy susan bearings that screwing it onto my wheel structure was enough to pull it very slightly out of shape and stop it running freely, maybe I had a dodgy one.
(I've added this to the accessory making sticky thread)