huffy

  1. F

    Huffy Verona fitment

    Hey everybody, I've got this Huffy Verona Comfort Series frame and I was wondering if it would fit a 66cc 2 stroke engine? Pictures uploaded has a Predator 212 and the BikeBerry 2 stroke silhouette for scale. I was thinking of buying the California Motors Wildcat kit and eventually the SBP...
  2. F

    Hey Everyone

    Nice to make my introduction. I've been lurking for some time so I figured I should go ahead and start posting. I live around in the foothills/Piedmont of North Carolina. Already have one build of a Nel Lusso with a Predator 79cc that I toy around with. I've always had a boneyard of old...
  3. Christina

    Help Huffy Panama Jack Motor?

    I have a huffy panama jack that I want to add a motor too, all i know about this stuff it that I want around a 50cc engine for my weight. Any advise that you all could offer would be fantastic. I would be riding on mostly flat terrain and I don't need anything that goes super fast. And something...
  4. K

    Introducing my build - Miami, FL!

    Hello everyone! Tom chiming in from sunny Miami Florida. I bought this bike from an older gentleman already assembled, but I'm taking it very very easy and going on test rides constantly as I inspect the weak points yo nd add accessories and replace parts as necessary. 49cc motor on a Huffy...
  5. mbearden

    Three At Once

    So, in my process of cleaning out my garage and getting ready to trade the orange bike for an electric bike, I put all three of the gas bikes I've built together for a photo-op. The Black bike is one I built for a guy at work, the blue one is my daily rider, and the Orange one was just traded...
  6. M

    Huffy Cranbrook. To motorize or not?

    So the other day I bought a Huffy Cranbrook on impulse because it was a good deal. I've heard people say that it is a strong frame, and others say it is weak and worthless. I want to build another bike, but I don't want the frame to break on me. Should I sell it and get a better frame, or just...
  7. G

    NEW... a journey recounted in paragraphs!

    Hopefully added picturetickled my thigh and started to burn... It was money and it was burning a hole in my pocket! I decided to start with a Huffy Panama Jack, for $170 it was kinda steep but the extendable rear rack is welded to the frame. It is true that Huffy is just a shadow of its...
  8. J

    Just finished my first build! PK-80 Cranbrook!

    Hello every one im John and I have been reading post on this website for about a month. I just got my PK-80 engine from Pirate Cycles thursday and from me reasearching this site enough I knew exactly how to put it on my hufffy cranbrook that i bought brand new on monday! some of the things ive...