Brohers,sisters...Greetings!!!

rockinrob

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My name is Rob from Wallingford Ct and I have been commuting with my Ride all summer. its a 70 cc n-70 from Boygofast mounted on a shhwin skyliner
I have encountered and overcome many challenges including a strange tire popping problem(tires too wide...Chain:-( )I would be happy to speak to anyone building or having issues,Rick at Boygofast has been awesome
u can reach me here or at [email protected]
good luck!!!
 

Ilikeabikea

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Welcome to the forum. Be sure to post some pictures of your build. We love motorized bicycle pics. Glad you joined us.....................
 

LordMaximo

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Sorry to here of the tire problems Rob. And befor I forget, I am new here as well, WELCOME to a really cool gathering of great folks from around the world. I ride big bikes too, so I can feel your troubles deep. When my brother and I did some conversions on our hogs, we had to invest into some extension hardware, which allowed for a belt drive unit on a 250mm wide wheel. It will be just the same for you on your ride, but not as drastict as a 250mm street tire.
I think if you shot us some pictures an some measurements in the tech section, some of us could help offer up a good fix it for your problems.
One thing I love the most in mechanicing is the chance to help engineer fixes for machines. :cool:

Maximo
 

rockinrob

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Sep 3, 2008
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Sorry to here of the tire problems Rob. And befor I forget, I am new here as well, WELCOME to a really cool gathering of great folks from around the world. I ride big bikes too, so I can feel your troubles deep. When my brother and I did some conversions on our hogs, we had to invest into some extension hardware, which allowed for a belt drive unit on a 250mm wide wheel. It will be just the same for you on your ride, but not as drastict as a 250mm street tire.
I think if you shot us some pictures an some measurements in the tech section, some of us could help offer up a good fix it for your problems.
One thing I love the most in mechanicing is the chance to help engineer fixes for machines. :cool:

Maximo
think I solved it with 1.75 tires instead of 1.90,I really love the fat tires though,I was going for a very old look...Rob