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single wheeled front suspension subassembly (ADAMS Car)

single wheeled front suspension subassembly (ADAMS Car)

single wheeled front suspension subassembly (ADAMS Car)

(OP)
Hi folks!

I am trying to create a front suspension system with an attempt to remove one side (left) of it, in order to achieve one wheeled system.
I tried to remove the left part of the trailing arm template in template builder mode, but am unable to.
Is my approach correct? If not, how can I obtain it? My final target is a three wheeled car.

Thanks!

RE: single wheeled front suspension subassembly (ADAMS Car)

(OP)
Hello @GregLocock,
I am currently trying to somehow get a ADAMS Motorcycle front suspension template. I guess i can use it in my subsystem.
But surely I will write Hexagon rn.

Thankfully,
Pulkit

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