I'm here with a mounting dilemma (literally). First of all this is the first time I'm going to install a CG on an aluminum frame. My knees can't peddle far anymore so time to convert the o'l hardtail to putt putt me along. I know iron/steel is the way to go (I have ferrous frames) but for now I have all the hardware for just one build so I would like to go with the only fully functional bike I have ATM which has trued rims and disc breaks. I have 2 different type forward mounts plus a universal on the way. I have a slab of 1/4 aluminum already bent, would aluminum on aluminum be as good as metal on aluminum? I'm just looking for some insight to mounting a aluminum frame. I have also the 27 tooth sprocket that goes on the disc hub. I plan on cutting to fit the CG chain. The motor is balanced and ported piston skirted and topped with an aftermarket head. Intake is port matched with the basic manifold/carb upgrade from stock. I have a big boy Reed with a Keihin clone on another CG ATM which I may incorporate to the green CG. Heres some pics of the break in bike and motors. Any help would save me some brain cells!! Thanks.