Hobbit frame, forks, front wheel and everything pictured below.It's a franken bike but I'm sure someone has a use for it. Has welded top tubes that could be ground off, Peugeot swingarm, and other random junk. Everything pictured included (minus the kickstand). Local pickup in DC. I'm leaving town on the 23rd, so free for pickup any evening before the 23rd or early January.Also, co
Finally got around to working on this. Peugeot swing arm fit pretty well. Now to cram a battery in the tank and mount the controller under the seat pan.
Yeah, if I could go back in time I would have picked a different moped as a starting point. I'm in too deep at this point, so I'm going to try fab swing arm. Thanks for all the input. Big help!
Yes and I figure I'll need to do some fabrication. Was just wondering if there are any swing arms that that might be a good starting point.
I bought a 1981 Honda Hobbit in very rough shape with the plans of making it electric. I was going to use a rear hub motor. Soon after buying it, I realised that the engine is an essential part of the swing arm and won't allow me to use the setup I planned. I was looking for advice on replacing the swing arm with something that will allow me to remove the gas engine completely. Something simi