Cranny build help!

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  1. clashed13

    clashed13 Member

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    So I just got my motor and first problem I have is motor doesnt fit Can I make something that will make it fit? I will run into lots of problems but this is the first I ran into any comment will be appreciated.:-||
     
  2. Ruby478

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    i have used crannys all the time and never had a problem getting it mounted
     
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    take a pic so i can get a better look at what ur problem is
     
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    well the pat where you mount it is to small to go around the wide steel front part but the back fits fine.
     
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    Im probably going to try to make my own. My dad has this steeel he used for his muffler for his car. And I want to change all the cheap bolt that are on it. BTW my bikes name is Happy time! (chinese 2 stroke) the motor looks very cheap just hope it doesnt break down in a couple months.
     
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    im confused with the clutch is the part on the motor the long arm above small gear supposed to have resistance? you put the cable through small whole and screw then through the long arm and screw it on there, am I supposed to pull the cord as hard as i can and then screw it in place or let it have slack?
     
  8. Ruby478

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    tell you what ill make a vid showing how to do it easy
     
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    that would be awesome!! Im going out to my dads business tommorow to use his tools so knowing how to do it would be very helpful.
     
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    one thing you need is needle nose pillers and a long flat head screw driver
     
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    my dad has every tool imaginable at his shop.
     

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