was wondering if you could give me a plan on your one windmill that
swings out of the wind as the wind speed increases?
not much to my mills norm-but they can handle a lot of wind..i belive like 50-60 mph was the max they got hit with.. i did make a few with motors...........what about a downwind design norm-no need for a tail -and all its hassles of getting it to furl ..should work great with a tread motor.. all you would need is a couple scrap pieces of 2by4 to make the motor mount-just screw and glue a couple of those togeather-what ever length you need..your pipe flange mount would go on that also--then screw on a short length of pipe to that -for a pipe in pipe mount.--the mill would still turn out of the wind -because it would be mounted a few inches away from center-you would have to play around with how far or close -to center that is... drill a hole down thru the mount to run your wires down the inside of pipe..heres a pict of one with a tail...if i turned my blades around and took off the tail it would be a downwinder..hope this helps out-
was going to pm you-but dont know how to add pic. so here i am...........