2022-08-31 (W) SkateSail Bearing limiter

I was pretty happy with my swivel mount, but the bearings didn't handle lateral torque. They may have been built for some degree of this motion since the bearing had rounded edges, but it wouldn't work for my plans.
Problem with the bearings

I cut some aluminum bar stock to the length of my bearings and tapped #10-32 holes over the mounting points. There is a wide hole over the socket, but I'll need a spacer to add a connector bolt. The design kept everything in place, but it took a long time to build.
Aluminum plates

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