Originally Posted by Venice Motor Bikes
I would advise that you build a couple of bikes & learn as much as you can before just sending your first bike out into the world for someone to get hurt on. (all the info you need to learn is here on this furum).
These kits look easy to install, but there are many things that experienced builders do to them to make 'em as safe & reliable as possible.
Most of the bigger problems come from the chain tensioner & rear sprocket installation.
Thanks, I deep down think I knew this. I havent had time to digest the info
here yet, just found this place yesterday. I am on a time crunch if this was
going to happen and wasn't sure if there was a top of the line kit that had
the bad stuff weeded out. Thanks and I'll heed your warning and research
a little better. The brief look around here I did so far indicates that these
kits will require an operator with a little mechanical skills and I'm afraid
the bidders at this auction probably won't have anyway.
Guess I'll have to build one for myself (big grin)