GT1 and GT2 information?

Discussion in 'Motorized Bicycle General Discussion' started by [email protected], Apr 24, 2010.

  1. hrichmon@gmail.com

    [email protected] New Member

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    I have built a bunch of kits on beach cruisers.... the GT1 sounds like a dream. I am wondering if anyone has a photo of the rear wheel where the sprocket mounts.... or can tell me if the sprocket can easily be changed. By “easily” I mean that you could change the sprockets in about five minutes and it would be flawless, no centering up and down, and no “half turns” to get it perfectly straight. I want to build some 4Gs but want to make sure this sprocket can be changed effortlessly to a larger one, so the trany doesn’t explode. Thanks for the help guys
     
  2. city of angels

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    try usabikemotors.com they are the ones that sells this bikes
     
  3. hrichmon@gmail.com

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    Thanks.... Finally got one, and after i figured out how to put it together and adjust it properly (harder than a normal bike) I am very satisfied..... VERY SATISFIED!
     

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