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Old 05-11-2013, 04:52 PM
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Default Re: GT1 frame with lots of extra steel

I have been working on lengthening the mudguards. the one above is the front. I ordered two sets, so I could have super long guards. Not really necessary, but I like to look. I have used rivets and liquid nails to join the two sections together.

To have a long rear guard is a bit of a problem. Because these guards are designed to be attached to the axle, they come off when the wheel is removed.

I am working on brackets for the front half of the rear guard. So these can be fixed to the bike frame and produce less rattle. the rear half is designed to come off with the wheel. Otherwise I will need to cut the guards off to remove the wheel. as the guards are made of metal.

I will post at a later date.

Above, I have installed the SBP chain guard from the kit onto the clutch housing.
I have lowered the 'screw-on 2nd part of the cover' to cover the smaller gear, in a different way.

Last edited by soup325; 05-11-2013 at 09:59 PM.
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