Ratchet strap if only need a small one.
Bike rear sprocket and make your own pawl if you need a bigger one.
@Parm a weld on lashing ratchet may do the trick . https://www.absoluteindustrial.co.u...bing-hardware-c36/lashing-tie-down-winch-p294
No joy at my sons workshop.
Thanks for looking
do u reakon that would hold a spare 35" wheel and tyre up under my 4x4
Only one way to find out
I dont see why not, its pretty much all that holds the spare wheel up on my MK Bedford. Thats got a chain welded to it with a bar that picks up on two wheel studs.
i'd be looking at a ratchet strap mechanism, or a freewheel mech off a pushbike.
ratchet straps can usually be picked up off the side of most A-roads or motorway.
freewheel? I'll post you one.
What are you putting it under a 33 won’t fit under a disco 1+2
Not sure is this any use, these are used on Landrover 2.25 engines to tension the timing chain
it is a L200 mate
Make them cut and file the parts from steel.
That will teach them basic marking out, chain drilling, hacksawing and filing skills.
Good theory, but knowing my two I’ll have to do the lions share of work
That’s one reason to give them the task: see if they have the commitment to get the job done.
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