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Old 02-11-2012, 10:13 PM
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Default Re: Point Beach gets an EZM kit.

Thank you very much, The Aleman!
As soon as I can get a good chain I am going to cruise all around the neighborhood.
I really need to send in the $19 for the Cali. plate now too. At least that fee did not go up.... yet.....

She still needs handlebars. I hate cruiser handlebars. They are too low and wide for my tastes, and they place my wrists at an odd angle.
Need to make a battery box for the headlight, come up with some sort of taillight, and brake lights. I have plenty of factory Harley turn signals laying around so I think that one will look just fine back there as a taillight.
Speaking of brake lights, does anyone know if the electric scooter hand levers with built in switches are compatible with direct pull brakes? Do they provide the proper leverage and cable travel, or am I sweating the insignificant stuff again?

BGF has the rear rack mounted gas tanks unlisted now, so I must wait until they get back in stock again.

Gotta paint the fan shroud white still, and touch up all the scrapes that happened while moving the engine all around the place.

Are builds ever actually finished? Not if you love tinkering on them I guess!
"It's a chinagirl. It's a sometimes fun little engine that often will break your heart. It's disposable.

Does not come with a fortune cookie."
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