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How much for the mlm? Will send cash now
Anyone want to join a league this year? If you’re interested, send a pm and I’ll send a link. Draft will be 9/9 around 8pm est.
Yeah, both the swing arm and wheels fit a maxi. And this free spirit swing arm is an upgrade from the stock maxi swing arm. The free spirit swing arm is beefier and will take a larger tire.
Wheels no longer for sale
Everything is still for sale. Let me know if you want anything
They're pretty huge, they were made to fit a motorcycle so if you put them on a moped I recommend hacking like 2" or 3" off the handles. I'll try to get a pic of them mocked up in a bit.
Beefy Swingarm: $55Snowflakes: $140ZA50 Maxi Sidecovers: $25Frame: $we can figure something outChopper Bars: $80More info: the tires are garbage on be wheels and I’ll remove them before shipping. The bearings need regreasing (Front wheel more than rear) and the brakes should probably be looked out. The swingarm comes with the rubber bushing and backplate. The chopper bars are custom fabled and are
If you haven’t gotten it yet, I’ve got a frame and swing arm in good condition. I live in New Orleans so I’d have to ship it.
One way bearing is a god send. Totally worth the $30 something. Very easy to install. They say you should regrease it every few hundred miles or so. I put a fuck ton on before I installed it. I’ll regrease again at 200 miles just to be safe I suppose.Anyone ever have you had any issues with the one way bearing?
Bump, willing to work out a deal. Hit me with an offer!
JBOT, I’ll check it out in a week or so but I think it’ll hold up. It’s a high temp JB weld. It might now be perfect but it’s good for now.I don’t want to go out and buy a tap right now since the pandemic is fucked (I live in New Orleans), I guess I can order one online, and I’ll check that out.JBOT, have you tapped and filled a DR decomp hole? And what tap size did you use, and you didn’t have an
So I filled the hole with high pressure JB Weld. Put everything together and it all seems to be running well. We’ll see how long it lasts but from other forum posts of folks doing similar things, it sounds like it can last for a while.I’ll check it in a week or so to see if it’s done anything weird. Hopefully it’ll just stay put. Fingers crossed.
I’ve got that setup with tighter clutch springs, one way bearing, and tjt with heaviest (Yellow) weights in it. It definitely wheelies off the bat, but I also have a short pull throttle which just sends it hard whenever I pull it.If you do put tighter clutch springs I recommend a stuffy crank. Shit, you might as well put a stuffy crank in there anyways.My hobbit is fast as fuck and sketchy off the
I’m worried smashing that might warp the cylinder. The decomp is like 2 mm away from the cylinder.
Shit, that’s a good point about the cylinder decomp. I didn’t even think about that. It’s a DR and It looks like the head’s mating surface doesn’t cover it completely. Is there anyway I can plug it without threading it? It sounds shitty but I have hi temp quiksteel that might work. I guess I just don’t want anything getting sucked into the cylinder.Also, I plained the mating surface a bit make it
Probably more pics than necessary but I’m bored at home with the quarantine going on.
I see what you’re saying now. I went ahead and just picked up some steel spacers. I grabbed some oversized washers too and they definitely cover more space. I’ll have to cut them, like you said, to allow the bolt to be in the proper area of the slot.Another thing I did was I took a sanding disc and my flex shaft and sanded the top of the slots down to make it as flat as I can so the washer will si
JBOT, what do you mean by cutting triangle washers and how does that prevent cutting into the aluminum?
Good advice, thanks JBOT!
I’ve got some Puch studs I can pull from an engine so might just put those in there instead of the bolts.
It’s running great, I took it out for a whirl around town and it was performing great. When I got it back to the shop I checked the torque in my cylinder bolts and I noticed they were all looser. So I started to tighten them and realized the spacers I made were getting warped from the torque. I made them similar to the ones JBOT made in his original post, but I think I’m just going to buy some now
Solex front end on a moby. I’m not saying to run both at the same time, but if your moby breaks down you just switch to the solex.
It came off a variant but I can’t say if it’ll fit a TT. You’ll have to do some research but I don’t see why it wouldn’t fit. $20 plus shipping.
They’re 2.75 golden boys. They just baaaaarely fit the subframe, but they do fit. Definitely can’t go any bigger than that though.
Well I checked the squish and all seemed well! I put her on and...success!! Great compression and the bike runs great.
It’s a bunch of stuff you probably don’t need, but maybe you do?If you want all or just one, PM me. I’ll let you know if it’s sold.Side coverTaillightSpedoBarsRear wheel fender
Alright, time to slap this puppy on and see how it goes.
Unfortunately I only have a flex shaft and handheld power tools. But I’m taking my time to get this nice and even.