2022-10-09 (Su) PoweredInlineSkates Powered wheel mounting

The powered wheel had anti-rotation tabbed washers, so I couldn't just drill holes and tighten a couple of nuts. Both sides needed a slot, so I started with the one that didn't have other obstacles. I drilled some small holes and connected them with a jigsaw. Due to the slope of the tab, I had to carve out more plastic with a razor, but it came out neat.
Starting easy

On the other side of the axle, I had to contend with an anti-rotation screw and the braking apparatus. When I ordered the wheel, I wasn't even aware there was a brake, so that's good news. The clear plastic made it easy to mark my holes, and I cut out the shapes with the jigsaw. I cut the plastic so the brake cable wouldn't rub, but I still need to figure out a cable termination.
Sculpting the wheel mount

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