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Just installed the Runleader I had. Seems to work fine and I like the on/off switch function. It was a little work to change it from C to F but so far so good.The one minor issue I have (and not the Runleader's fault) is that there isn't a great place to mount it. On stock handlebars, there's no real straight / horizontal section to install it. We kinda made it work with zip ties
Not in the water (46 degrees here) but here’s one near me.Next…picture next to a mail delivery vehicle (us post or other).
Dang! Wes killing it! Good stuff. Hope to get out some more this weekend. Keep it going.
Ok. I think I’ve got this one.They’re closed so no barista.Next challenge: your moped next to a piece of construction equipment. Backhoe, bulldozer or steamroller, etc.
Impressive workmanship! Looks great. Thanks for sharing the project. I’m curious about the fork… how did you go about finding one with the right dimensions to adapt to the Puch frame?I’ve never done that so I'm not too familiar although it seems like finding the right head tube lengths / bearings etc might be tough.
Nice work! I’m assuming the urethane will handle the heat better and be more resistant to various oils? Looking forward to test results!
Looking for A35 first gear and countershaft with rollers/collar… or entire gear cluster.Lmk what you’ve got! Thx.
Anyone have a red dot (30mph) cast iron Garelli cast iron cylinder and piston in good shape? Or better yet a later aluminum cyl? Perhaps a known good take-off when you kitted?Just getting a project together and I think the one I have is a yellow dot / lower power kit…not real fun. Lmk!
Bump…seeing what’s out there.@Sean, I don’t know anyone in PH that works on Tomos…sorry about that.
I was just looking for this same thing a bit ago. I was going to take a QT50 rack (small diameter tubes) and try to hack something together, but brake line sounds better. Anyone have a photo of the Maxi version?Not having seen one, I'm assuming it would go under the bar mounts and down to the horn mounting spot on the fork on that one?
Thanks. LMK. Some rust would be ok...the kind that I can brush out / use the tinfoil trick on, but the nicer the condition the better!
Looking to see if anyone had a set of Tomos spoke style wheels that would fit an A3 in decent condition.They don't have to be 100% mint, however I'd like them to be straight, good freewheel and have decent chrome. Mine are beyond saving... bonus if you've got the front brakeplate / brakes.Shipping will be to Ohio.
Just to eliminate a variable, your clutch cable is fine at both ends and there's no slippage or anything funny going on there? On my Garelli Basic 50 someone had used a fuse block terminal as the knarp and it was hanging up on the frame.
Yeah definitely interesting. It's projects / write-ups like this that can make this place interesting. Love the comments about your "thinking time." I can relate but I'll add shower time and commute time in there too.
Nice and clean. Those newer style forks look like an upgrade to the A3/A35 stuff. I didn't realize they had those on the step throughs. GLWS!
Hmmm... there are actually three cables on that side. Two seem to be going to the brake lever and the third is behind that.
I'd bet Christian (axel_sniper) could make those for you. He's overseas so it takes a bit of time, but he does great work.
I notice it has two cables going to the front brakes? Is that for mechanical advantage or something?The grasshopper green would be the winner for me. Not saying I'd get one (for some of the reasons outlined above) , but props to Honda for putting it out there...
Not specifically rare but cool color and does have an engine on it... If the engine turns over and the tank was ok, I'd do the $150.
Dig the pinstriping! Gives it a nice classic look.
Would love to find some of those rear hyd shocks from a mkII if you know anyone that has some... been looking for a while!
The dash looks great! How does it attach? I'm assuming you 3D printed it?
Wes is that the thingamabob? Awesome. We rode today as well.
What’s the other Garelli on the right? It has a single seat. Gulp? Intriguing indeed but like Jimmy I’m 600 miles away unless someone (*cough* Wes) wants to make a road trip down and rescue a few….
Hmmm... I don't think there's a head gasket on those, but is it possible the head isn't sitting flat on the cyl or the studs/nuts weren't torqued evenly leading to a leak of combustion pressure?
Nice! Thanks. I actually just got a used bottom end from a fellow Ohio rider on here. I hope to get it all back together soon.I did find out, btw, that this Basic uses the normal NOI engine with the rubber mounts. A poster up above mentioned it may have a different case with wider mounts, however it does not...
Laughed out loud at that mega tall Maxi chopper with 4 gas tanks welded all together end for end. Good stuff.
Very nice! That Garelli sign is killer and I actually have a light up Batavus clock / sign like that in my garage. It's a slightly different style and unfortunately it didn't come with the clock mechanism. Gotta fix that....