Will this work?

Discussion in 'Motorized Bicycle General Discussion' started by weekend-fun, Sep 16, 2009.

  1. weekend-fun

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  2. HoughMade

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    For what engine? As for the Honda/Grubee 4 stroke....this happens to have started life as a Huffy Santa Fe, but mine is a men's frame, of course.

    I use a different fork and replaced the wheels with Husky 11 ga spoke wheels.
     

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    I dont care, just a 48cc
     
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    $30 more and you can buy a brand new Huffy.
     
  5. HoughMade

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    Well, that frame looks an awful lot like a girl's bike to me, so the frame mount would seem to be out.
     
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    Not only is it tougher to mount an engine in a step through frame, but you have to find a place to mount the fuel tank since there is no top tube. It's not a good choice for your first build.
     
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    Thanks!
    Now i know not to get it
     
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    i bought a huffy cranbrook at wally world for 89.00 the only mod that needed to be done was the front motor mount u can make one like i did or buy one for sbp
     
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    here r some pics of my cranbrook, the only changes i made was to replace the crappy metal fenders with polycarbonite ones from planet bike. i would do the same if u buy 1 of these bikes.and grease all bearings b4 riding motorized.
     

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