biketang

SO, got a 66cc Skyhawk, strapped it on (tight fit; not a lot of space for the air intake, and I have to loosen and tilt it to get the sparkplug in and

SO, got a 66cc Skyhawk, strapped it on (tight fit; not a lot of space for the air intake, and I have to loosen and tilt it to get the sparkplug in and
biketang, Nov 4, 2010
    • happycheapskate
      You should be able to turn the head around 180* and the plug would then be easy to replace.

      Cool frame. Did you add that gusset near the head tube? looks beefy!
    • happycheapskate
      Riding without brakes is retarded, but the bike looks cool.

      The brake that came off the front should probably go right on the back, if there is a little cross-bar or tube with a center hole (also for rear carriage rack). If not, looks like you could easily weld one, or even better, put v-brake tabs on frame.

      http://www.niagaracycle.com/product_info.php?products_id=10066
    • biketang
      Yah, just got a cross-piece welded on the front, so I mounted the front brakes. Still got to do the back...

      Yes, welded a bracket on the front-tube: I was worried about the pressure on it.

      Still tweaking stuff, repainting it and finding a way to get all the wiring nice and neat...

      Thanks
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