Hope all is well team.
My name is Robert , Art Educator in New York. Myself and the automotive technology teacher acquired a 2002 Gem 2 seater. The concept behind it is to be a first responder for our trainer, getting from field to field quickly was its purpose. We restored it, but while using it our CV joints went. The reason was that the cart was elevated by adjusting the carts shocks and adding larger wheels. The cart was not jacked up and in turn, wore out the CV joint because of the angle. The question is does anyone have examples, templates, or ideas on how you could jack it up?
Any advice would be greatly appreciated not only for the school but for the kids in both programs. The kids have done all the work and as always it’s all about them. In my studio I have the ability to cut, weld, and fabricate metal. So making the lifts from scratch is not a problem and would also be a great experience for the kids.
My Sincerest Thanks,