Your "ratchet adaptor" is basically an extension rod, to adapt the socket to the drill's chuck.i got the ratchet adapter that works to the drill and bolt pice
Equivalent to the paul clutchYour "ratchet adaptor" is basically an extension rod, to adapt the socket to the drill's chuck.
The standard ratchet extension won't do this.
With your "adaptor", when the engine speed is faster the the drill, the flywheel/clutch nut will loosen up.
You need your adaptor and this adaptor:
Craftsman Ratchet Adapter 3052,30714,30721 You Pick Size(ts 324) | eBay
When engine speed is faster than the drill, this adaptor will freewheel,
preventing the flywheel/clutch nut from loosening up.
Not sure what type of gasket material your using.For gaskets without metal in the material I have from HF Tools a small kit of hole punches. I think if they are not exact size I need, your idea of using a grinding tool can fix that. A cone shape grind stone used with care I suppose can just stop at the pen marks?
That’s largely why this forum exists, cause of people that think they can get something for nothing. Reliability usually costs around $1000 minimum...yea i got a damn tip and ill leave yall with this dont buy china doll motorized bike they are shitty also its a hit or miss on getting a good engine
lmao i done spent over 400 and still not running smh be the last time i order a thing like this online
Excelentes ideas! Yo tambien cambie esas partes, y son mucho mas practicas y durables; buena recomendacion, minimos cambios pero de gran importancia en la funcionYou know most of us do things eventually to modify the bikes for the better or worse. It would be a nice gesture if we stick them out there for others to see.
Take this one for what it is worth.
The clutch lever in my kit was trash from the first. I never could make it work worth a darn, so I replaced it with a brake lever I had laying about. Here is the trick. I cut a piece of old inner tube to lock the handle up so I could roll the bike in and out. I leave it on the grip so I can use it to hold the clutch in if I need to adjust the bike.
I also hated the throttle that came with the bike. I replace it with a shifter from a mountain bike. I can lock the throttle in any position while I work on things. I don't think either of those is earth shattering, but they seem to work better for me. Probably won't help anyone else.
So leave me your tip I can use all the help I can get...