T mounting bracket

pO0n RaiD3R

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No. I will give you al link to it.

http://motorbikeworks.com/directions/Livefastmotors instructions PDF.pdf


It is page 15.

And also when I put my sprocket on the bike does it need to rest fully on the spokes or can it rest close because I am going to put the rubber pad on it anyway. In the directions it also says I need to file the hole in the spokes bigger so the sprocket can rest on the spoke.

Thanks for any input on this:D
 

lennyharp

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That is a bracket that Livefastmotors kits use to mount the motor to the down tube of the bike. Do you have a LiveFastMotors kit? If not you will have some other way to mount the motor. You definately need to mount at least 2 places to have a secure motor. The sprocket mounts on the hub with the rubber/fiber disk inside and outside of the spokes sandwiching the spokes. The sprocket does not touch the spokes but the rubber piece.
 

Dan

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Oh, if you do not need it, your better off. step 21 shows it well. Is to correct for large down tubes.
 

pO0n RaiD3R

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Well... I have a large down tube and tonight I tried to put the engine in and need that bracket. Does anybody know of another way to fit the motor mount around a big tube? Im starting to think that the T bracket is kinda lame. As in it does not look cool.