Hey There from Houston Texas

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So I was searching for a part to my generator which went out during the days following our good friend Hurricane Ike, and stumbled upon your site. All I have to say is ... I'm in !!!!!!

I searched in my garage an have a ryobi weedeater that I have already got back up and running. It took a little time but it runs like a champ now. I have an old Peugot Road bike that is missing a bunch of essentials but is a light and sturdy frame to work off. I just need to find a donor bike for any parts the Peugot doesn't have. My goal is to build this thing with a budget of 0 dollars. Money is very scarce after surviving a hurricane. I am happy to hear any advice for a new guy. I have fairly decent fabricating skills, and a knack for building wacky things.
Wish me luck.
 

NEAT TIMES

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Si, Welcome, You Will Get A Lot Of Help Here. 25cc Is Big Enough If Set Up Correctly. Maybe Keep The Drive Roller Small. Friction Drive ? Sorry About Ike. Terrible Storm ! Recently A Found A Zipcycle For $250. Feel Lucky, Havent Tried It Out Yet. 25cc Friction Drive With A Jackshaft. Will Post A Picture. I Bought A Few Weed Trimmer Motors, Haven`t Messed With Them Yet. Good Luck. Ron . Can Not Post Picture. Been Having Computor Locking Up. Restored It To Factory Settings This Evening. Have To Reinstall Picture Files Etc.
 

Saddletramp1200

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Welcome to Our Forum. As Maxwell Smart would say, Ike, Missed us by that much. Corpus Christi tx got Lucky. My heart goes out to you man. A Pugout bike is worth a Lot of coin. Show us some pics. You might want to use another bike for your build. Later Tramp (c)