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$20 sounds pretty reasonable to me. Does your source have any more mounts like that for sale?
That is frickin sweet, CB!
Take care, man. Hope to see you soon.
Yeah, going with a jackshaft. Going to pattern it off cannonball2's build in this thread:...
Well, as cool as that in-frame mount would look, I've decided to put it off for a while and just do a rear mount for now. I figure I'll have time...
The C.A.R.B. certificate for the 79cc lists the output at 1.4kW (about 1.9hp). Obviously a bit off of the max 2.5 rating as advertised.
Thanks, wayne z! My decision to use a 79cc was based on several factors, one being simply that it will fit in the small frame mountain bike I...
After a couple months of information researching and parts searching, I'm about ready to start building a 4 stroke HF 79cc bike.
I have a few...
This morning I found a weed whacker sitting in a dumpster. While I was looking it over and wondering what to do with it, I remembered this thread...
I'll just leave this here:
You should at least remove the windshield, or you're gonna miss out on all those delicious bugs.
Lookin' good, deacon. Just don't try to register that thing in California. It having 4 wheels changes EVERYTHING. Heh.
Would someone please confirm if the number stamped on the side of the Greyhounds is an actual serial number and not some other designation?...
An acquaintance of mine in Edmonton used to joke that he usually started his diesel pickup truck in October and shut it down in April. At least I...
Haters gonna hate. Heh.
Hate to be the one to kick an old thread, but where'd you get that clutch and how much did you have to spend, cannonball?
I'm not real thrilled helmets are required by law in my state, but I wear one anyway because deacon is right.
I'm pretty sure that's one of the reasons Youtube was invented. Heh.
Old cigarette commercial - YouTube
Considering your attitude, let me just wish you good luck. You're going to need it.
You should charge at least enough to pay for liability insurance to cover yourself in case you get sued by one of your customers.