Stretch Trike Cruiser Conversion

Discussion in 'Stretch Cruiser & Chopper Motorized Bicycles' started by Crazy Horse, Mar 30, 2010.

  1. Crazy Horse

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    For those of you thinking bout a Stretch Cruiser Trike Conversion, here's what you can do!

    Check it out Greenline Stretch Cruiser Trike Conversion.


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    These Firmstrong & Greenline Stretch Cruiser's are the ultimate platform for using the chinese cloned horizontal Honda CT 70 Trail Bike Motor's.

    Here are a couple of links to similar builds using the 4-stroke horizontal Honda CT 70 Trail Bike Motor & ATV Motor's and the EZmotobike kit 4-stroke motor:

    This one is Civlized's:http://motorbicycling.com/f40/atv-50cc-full-auto-stretch-13417.html

    This one is I-Paint's:http://motorbicycling.com/f40/stretch-lifan-nuvinci-im-working-14676.html

    This one is AZBill's:http://motorbicycling.com/f40/azbills-ezm-stretch-project-14760.html

    This one is mine:http://motorbicycling.com/f40/notice-crazy-horses-110cc-lifan-stretch-9913.html

    This one is LincolnMercury's:http://motorbicycling.com/f40/lifancvt-micargi-mustang-16992.html

    All of these builds feature a 4-Stroke motor like AzBill he is using the 4-stroke EZmotorbike kit, and the rest are all built using the 4-stroke chinese cloned horizontal Honda CT 70 Trail Bike Motor & ATV motor's!

    Peace crazy Horse.
     
  2. chainmaker

    chainmaker New Member

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    Yeah ..... thats what I was talking about Yesterday!! I love that trike.Its called The Singapore Stretch.

    Cheers
     
  3. Kale G

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    That is possibly the most beautiful thing I have ever seen. .............
     
  4. The 26incher

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    OMG! That thing is SO DOPE! Love it...
     
  5. Tad Bit Tipsy

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    Hey Crazy Horse,
    That's a nice rear conversion kit. Is that a drum brake? It looks a little different than ones that I've seen. I like the multiple gear rig on the rear axle. I was thinking the same thing with my new stretch build, but only after I add a jackshaft behind the rear seat post. I like how low you got it to the ground, you can tell by the two rear bars on the rear that are supposed to be flat for a basket, lol. We used to call these puddle dippers. Cause the rear of you pant legs would drag in the puddles in the street. Can't wait to see it motorized!
     
  6. chainmaker

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    Thats a rear end from a Gomier trike with gear cluster and drum brake here is the build thread.... ratrodbikes.com • View topic - the singapore stretch
    Cheers

    Let Us know how that jackshaft works out...I am thinking the same thing...been looking for a deal on a rear conversion kit..just got a wholesale acct today with another Co. and they dont carry the bike or the trike kit I want probably going with the spooky tooth..
     
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  7. lickerbox

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    Sweet! That trike is off the hook! very nice!!
     
  8. Dave31

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    I like those tires, what are they?
     
  9. Crazy Horse

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    Fairracing, The Tire's are Fatty-O's White Walls.

    This is builders name and a lil info bout this build hope this helps:

    OWNER: CHUSAN
    STRETCHED CRUISER SLOWRIDER TRIKE
    "THE SINGAPORE STRETCH"


    STRETCH'D SLOWRIDER WITH 90 DEGREE BENT SPRINGER FORK OPTION FROM BICYCLEDESIGNER.COM
    MATED WITH A GOMIER 5 SPEED INDUSTRIAL TRIKE REAR END
    CUSTOM FABRICATED BILLET ALUMINIUM LOWERING FRONT STRUTS
    24" RIMS WITH 24X3' FATTI-O WHITE WALLS
    PIGMENTS BY SULAIMAN OF THE REBOUND CENTRE

    Here's a Link to his flicker page:my stretch and my glide on Flickr - Photo Sharing!

    ratrodbikes.com • View topic - the singapore stretch

    Peace Crazy Horse


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  10. jjstanza

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    Beautiful work Crazy Horse.
     
  11. weekend-fun

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    I wonder he much money that cost... Lol.
     
  12. Alex

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    Hi Crazy Horse,
    Do you have an updated photo of this beauty. I would like to add it to an Photo/article I am doing.

    Dude its bad to the bone..Just love it- your talent is extraordinary

     
  13. Crazy Horse

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    Alex,

    This is all the info I have on Chusan's Trike Conversion Stretch Cruiser Bicycle Build, called "The Singapore Stretch Cruiser".
    He is a member of another forum it's RatRodBikes.com haven't seen any posts from him in quite a while.

    Chusan's updated pictures, shows the bike now fitted with a rumble seat style or vintage delivery truck bed, very intricately designed and constructed, very clean!

    I just had to share this version of a Firmstrong & Greenline Stretch Cruiser Bicycle with Trike Conversion Kit, so that others would likely be inspired to brainstorm their own Stretch Cruiser Trike.

    Here's all Chusan's, picture's of this build click on the below Link:
    side rear shot on Flickr - Photo Sharing!

    Peace Crazy Horse.
     
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  14. Crazy Horse

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    solartram, after 3 post's you will be able to post links & pic's!

    Welcome to the forum anyway, two more post's and you can start posting your pic's & Links.


    Peace C.H.
     
  15. solartram@gmail.com

    solartram@gmail.com New Member

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    very nice bike/trike art/these multiple posts make comunication difficult/kudos crazyhorse/ warren west/solarttram@gmail.com
     
  16. robertgibbs

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    Hey Mr CH this is robertgibbs i have pic's of my progress on my 110cc trike i havent figured the forum on how to post yet but these are som pic's, i will send more soon as i can resisze the pics
     

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  17. Crazy Horse

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    Rob, any updates with pic's?

    What chopper are you using as a base for this build?
    Schwinn OCC Chopper or XYZ Bikes XL Chopper?

    Rob could you or have started a build thread if so please post a link to it.

    If you could have someone to take some pic's that are clear and easier to see this build, what trike conversion kit are you using or is your trike conversion custom fabricated?

    Looks like it's already running....

    C.H.
     
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  19. cjurcin45@yahoo.com

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    Crazy Horse,
    Thanks for answering my mail so quickly. I dialed the *** *** **68 number from my phone when you called and could not leave a message. My number is:
    734848 3756. Hope you can call soon as I would like to order that 50cc motor from you. I will also need advice on other things.
    I looked at the T Bolt site and what they have to offer also. Nice engines too. Lowe's has the Simpson A24 bracket in stock.
    Someone on the forum said putting the sprocket on the rear wheel was pure
    ****. Is there another wheel with a nice looking sprocket available.
    I really appreciate you quick response and hope to do some business with you.
    Thanks,
    Capt. Carl
    734 848 3756
     
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  20. Dan

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    As always CH, purty dang awesome!

    Carl, if you'd like, I can remove your phone number. It will be discover-able forever if left. Had it happen to me. A crazy guy in chat was giving it to folks. But up to you Capt. Most folks are mostly good but out of 30,000 plus members and a whole lot more folks just hanging out, one or 2 is gonna be nutz. (Present company excluded of course, lol)
     

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