What rear motorcycle wheel?

Discussion in 'Motorized Bicycle Welding, Fabrication and Paintin' started by TerrontheSnake, Apr 23, 2010.

  1. TerrontheSnake

    TerrontheSnake New Member

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    Does anyone know right off hand which standard motorcycle rear wheel will fit easily on the occ stingray?usflg
     
    #1 TerrontheSnake, Apr 23, 2010
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    Ok, so in my research, I have found Harley the best bet for the lil buggers, H'mm 200 bones for my rear wheel, wonder what its gonna cost for the front?
     
  3. Crazy Horse

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    Terron,

    Here's the spec's on my 110cc semi-automatic bobber:

    Honda crf50 / Lifan Chinese Clone engine 110cc BOBBER


    Specs:
    Engine - 110cc
    Jockey shift / Suicide Shift & Forward Controls
    Kick & Electric Start
    15" Rear 19" front wheel
    Front Disk Rear Drum Brakes
    Springer Suspension
    Weight 200 lbs.
    Top Speed 57 mph
    Seat height 25"


    Terron, go to mini bobber forum and do a forum search and you'll be able to find a motor, or a front 18" wheel with the tire & back 15" wheel & tire from one of the online dealers who sell a lot of custom & after market parts for the 50cc, 110cc, & 125cc Honda crf50 chinese clone motors like you are using for your build!

    Here's my bobber.
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    The Honda Solo 50 / Honda Cub 50 / Solowins 50, and the Solowins 110, is what the original 1959 Honda E-22 horizontal engine / motor came from. It is what the Chinese Cloned Version Horizontal 50cc motor is based on!
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    Peace Crazy Horse.
     
    #3 Crazy Horse, Apr 23, 2010
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  4. TerrontheSnake

    TerrontheSnake New Member

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    Crazy horse, youre a cool cat sir, a real cool cat!
     
  5. meowy84

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    Wow, awesome bobber Crazy Horse. Did you fab the frame youself or is it from another bike?
     
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    hey there crazy horse, are you on the kikker forum?
     
  7. Allen_Wrench

    Allen_Wrench Resident Mad Scientist

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    Damn, Hoss, I think that may be the sweetest bobber I've seen yet! Nice work.
     
  8. hrichmon@gmail.com

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    wow!.... that’s all i have to say
     
  9. Crazy Horse

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    Hey can anyone offer more suggestions, as to what rear 16" motorcycle wheels will work on the Schwinn Stingray OCC Chopper & XL-Chopper's?

    I know sportscarpat has some nice Sachs / Motobecane Moped's, rear dual drive hubs with built in heavy duty drum brakes.

    I'm still researching to find out if those mini bobber rear wheels can fit on the Schwinn Stingray OCC Chopper & XL-Chopper's.

    Peace Crazy Horse..shft.
     
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  10. Lance Portnoff

    Lance Portnoff New Member

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    nicccccccccccccccccce
     
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    My first real motorcycle was a Honda S 90.
     
  12. meowy84

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    resurrecting the thread i guess. Anyways, I love the look of that Honda Solo. Is it a Japan-only or Euro offering or is it also offered in North America (U.S./Canada)? I've never seen one in any of my local motorcycle showrooms.
     
  13. Crazy Horse

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    Update for Schwinn StingRay Chopper Builders Fat Rear Tire Upgrade and,
    THREAD BUMP FOR YEAR 2013

    Here's the latest information I have for mounting a Harley-Davidson Dyna Wide Glide rear tire on a Schwinn Stingray Chopper 20-inch X 4-1/4-inch rear wheel.

    My 1995 Harley Dyna Wide Glide rear wheel is same size 16-inches as the Schwinn StingRay Chopper rear wheel, so yes you can use the Dunlop Harley Tire shown below.

    The answer / information is below

    Dunlop D401 130/90B16 Rear Tire

    Tire Specs:
    Tire Size: 130/90-16 Rim Diameter: 16
    Position: Rear Width: 130mm
    Speed Rating: H - Rated up to 130 MPH Aspect Ratio: 90
    DOT Approved: Yes Inch System: 5.10-16
    Load Rating: 73 Manufacturer Part Number: 3016-40
    Overall Diameter: 25.40″ Sidewall: Blackwall
    Sold in Units: Each Tire Construction: Bias Ply
    Tire Width: 130/MT Tread Depth: 12/32″
    Tube or Tubeless: Tube


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