Ok and sure would love to see a pic. I’m planning on buying a sprocket and adapter from Pat.You have your wheels, do you have a drive sprocket picked out? Chances are you have to off set the brake arm
Which causes the brake arm to deflect laterally. In your application. you can weld on a brake arm hanger.
The brake strap that comes with the wheel is unlikely to hole the brake arm in place.
You need a photo of the one I pretzeled?
Lol well here I come!!!The inside dropout dimension is 4 15/16" or 125.5mm. to accommodate the Shimano coaster hub.
The brake arm has an offset of 3/4" accomplished by two 45 degree bends which gets the brake arm to the center of the chain stay. /the bend locations is kinda fussy to clear the drive sprocket I.D.
Fussier yet is achieving a perfect chain line. Get your rear drive done first.
Pat's sprocket adaptor allows some in - out movement but having a sprocket to line up with will tell you where your engine output sprocket needs to be as it relates to engine left-right location. Fun thing is you get to be the Mechanical Engineer.
Will do, and check ALL my supplies before going next time lol. As quick as they go, I’d be better off with the big tanks.Next time you got to the welding shop check the price difference in filling big tanks and the ones you have, you will find out for a couple bucks more to fill the big one then the small ...............Curt