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take this



modify with these



and get this exept you can actually ride with it and not looks like an assclown trying to reach the bars or pushing it down to drop it



and guess what mine aint sticking
 

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Originally posted by highridah@Sep 15 2005, 05:54 PM~3824034
indeed coming soon next year im putting all my projects off for this one
hell yea can't wait to see it
 

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im only juicing the front for the rear its gonna use a chain pulley system driven by a small motor im only doint it to save weight and juicing the rear doesnt make sense(i dont want a 2 pump bike) its gonna have a high lockup with a bumper to keep it from sticking.

heres the rear wheels which i got for free today
 

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When I put a rear end 3 wheel kit on mine I didn't have to push it down and it did like a foot with me on it? I'll let chu know now though it's hard to coordinate pedaling, keeping th ebike straight and timing that switch at the same time. I'd always stop pedeling in the middl eof my swing and come to a dead stop..
 

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Originally posted by Lowridingmike@Sep 15 2005, 07:38 PM~3824914
When I put a rear end 3 wheel kit on mine I didn't have to push it down and it did like a foot with me on it?  I'll let chu know now though it's hard to coordinate pedaling, keeping th ebike straight and timing that switch at the same time.  I'd always stop pedeling in the middl eof my swing and come to a dead stop..
i dont want to hop a foot the lockup on this bike will be a foot high front and rear because i need some long ass cylinders up front to compensate for the top of the tire when the bike is lowered. the steering issue has theoredically been solved
my switch will be mounted on the bars closest to my thumb because of its convinience. mike i can get a good a running start my trike axle is a 3 speed
 

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Originally posted by highridah@Sep 15 2005, 09:55 PM~3825054
i can get a good a running start my trike axle is a 3 speed

Must be nice. I had a 1 speed chain popping turd-o-matic that I sold right back to the guy I bought it from. Post pics when you do it! :biggrin:
 

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Originally posted by highridah@Sep 15 2005, 09:05 PM~3824157
im only juicing the front for the rear its gonna use a chain pulley system driven by a small motor im only doint it to save weight and juicing the rear doesnt make sense(i dont want a 2 pump bike) its gonna have a high lockup with a bumper to keep it from sticking.

heres the rear wheels which i got for free today

mmmm beefyy
 

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HATE TO BURST YALLS BUBBLE, BUT IT WONT WORK.

1. THOSE FORKS WONT BE EASILY MODIFIED TO ACCEPT THAT CYLINDER.

2. WITH THE PITCH OF THOSE FORKS, THE BIKE WONT HOP. IT WILL JUST LIFT. IF THE STROKE OF THE CYLINDER FOLLOWS THE ANGLE OF THE FORK, IT WILL CREATE AN OUTWARD THRUST. THATS WHY ALL OF THE FORK KITS THAT ARE OUT ON THE MARKET ARE MADE OF 3 OR 4 SWIVELING PIECES. THEY HAVE TO BE USED TO CANTELEIVER THE WHEEL, TO CREATE A DOWNWARD THRUST.

BUT IF YOU HAVE A DIFFERENT IDEA, PLEASE FEEL FREE TO PROVE ME WRONG.
 

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