2022-10-08 (Sa) PoweredInlineSkates Left side assembled

When I designed the plates, I planned to use threaded spacers in the center, which would have forced everything into alignment. The extruded aluminum allows for sliding, which is problematic because the wheel mounting holes need to be straight across from each other, and slop will destroy alignment. Since the aluminum rails are perpendicular, they should force each other into place, but I'll have to keep an eye on them. The assembly took longer than I expected because I had to replace the bolts that held the boot and find suitably sized fender washers. I didn't have the correct size bolts, so to check everything, I added bushing and used 1/4" bolts. After I install the proper hardware, I can try it on and test it under my weight.
Left boot

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