new guy and need some advice

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  1. markp

    markp New Member

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    I have a giant stiletto and a new kit from china
    i don't want to mount it the standard way. I want to use the jack shaft and some kind of freewheel set up.
    has anyone done this?
    Can you direct me to a drawing and parts?
     
  2. paul

    paul Active Member

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    welcome to the forum! pm pablo or ghost0 and they are working on just what you are looking for. the stiletto will make an awesome motorized bicycle. glad to have you with us
    :ride2:
     
  3. Ilikeabikea

    Ilikeabikea Moderator
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    Welcome to the forum. Cruiser's right about who to contact. Pablo and Ghosto are the jackshaft guys. There are a couple of threads with pics and info about their setup. Lots of motorized bicycle enthusiasts here that share lots of very valuable information...................
     
  4. markp

    markp New Member

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    great guys
    I'll look for them. This should be fun. Will let know how it goes
     
  5. RedB66

    RedB66 New Member

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    Welcome to the Forum.
     
  6. nogoodnic

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    Welcome to the group Markp. Your in good hands here. The Stilletto should make a really cool motobike...Kelly:ride2:
     
  7. boogerballs

    boogerballs New Member

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    I saw a freewhel setup at Grubee earlier today.

    Grubee Inc.

    It was under TOTAL PRODUCTS at the bottom of the page under HD Rear Axle kit.
     

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