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SC2 small diameter wheel extension

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Hi all, I'm looking for a small diameter wheel extension for my Simucube 2 (standard 70mm bolt pattern). The reason for this is to get my monitor as low as possible (SC2 column is pretty thick). Does anyone know where to get something like this in Europe?

Pictures below inspired me to get it:D

The best thing would be a custom SC2 3 bolt pattern to 6x 70mm extension to bypass SC2 QR (I want to buy D1SPEC QR when I get a second wheel) - it would be pricey though.
 

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Hi all, I'm looking for a small diameter wheel extension for my Simucube 2 (standard 70mm bolt pattern). The reason for this is to get my monitor as low as possible (SC2 column is pretty thick). Does anyone know where to get something like this in Europe?

Pictures below inspired me to get it:D

The best thing would be a custom SC2 3 bolt pattern to 6x 70mm extension to bypass SC2 QR (I want to buy D1SPEC QR when I get a second wheel) - it would be pricey though.
Can't help I'm afraid, but if you find one be sure to post it up here because I'd really like one too!
 
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Here's an idea:

A while ago I got a private message from the author of the above post showing an updated view. It's two servo clamp bushings with a steel rod between them. He also installed a 3d printed plastic spacer to reduce EMI. I think your arrangement would be: sc2 motor > sc2 QR > servo clamp 1 > shaft > servo clamp 2 > spacer > wheel side QR (if you use it) > button plate (if you use it) > wheel.
 
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