Need info on bottom bracket for skyhawk frame

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  1. fonzie

    fonzie Member

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    I've put a lot of motors on existing bikes but now I am building a bike with a Skyhawk frame from the ground up. Does anyone have experience as to what bottom bracket assembly I need for that frame. Not too familiar with types, sizes, etc. Any help would be appreciated. Hopefully one of you guys who have already built a skyhawk, can suggest one.
    Thanks
     
  2. Desert Rat

    Desert Rat New Member

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    what kind of engine bla bla bla?
    skyhawk has built in motor mount for ht 2 stroke engines
     
  3. fonzie

    fonzie Member

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    I'm speaking of the bottom bracket/crank assembly for the pedals
     
  4. crassius

    crassius Well-Known Member

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    the important part is to match what you're putting on in the rear - if you will be running a derailer, you'll need the thinner sprocket in front than if you're running a cruiser wheel with coaster brake & single speed
     
  5. runnermike

    runnermike New Member

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    It is a standard American bottom bracket.
     
  6. fonzie

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    Thanks for the info crassious and runnermike.
     

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