Re: a little help for a newb?
Thanks for the fast replies & the good info!
For this 1st build , I think I am now leaning towards a 2 stroke & I just discovered that a friction drive is what I want here in Florida as the chain driven units are viewed as motor vehicles & require regestration which is what I want to avoid.
Like I said , I want to get everything in 1 shot. I don't want to be wishing I'd spent the extra 25 bucks for this or 30 for that after the fact. I want to get it all right with my 1st go around as this will be my primary conveyence for the next year.