hello from oregon

Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself' started by Kaos, Apr 11, 2007.

  1. Kaos

    Kaos Guest

    hey all, Im new to the list, I just stumbled onto it while online. I have a beach cruiser with a 55cc star fire motor. I have a lot of new parts on order. Im swapping the motor into a frame with built in fuel tank next week and new aluminum rims with front and rear drum brakes and a hub that rear sprocket bolts directly to the hub. I will post pics when it's done.

  2. gone_fishin

    gone_fishin Guest

    hiya, Kaos...i figured i already burnt dinner, might as well have another look at the forum. your new build sounds interesting (is the rear hub that freewheel grubee assembly?) & we eagerly await pics :)

    welcome to the MBc 8)
  3. azbill

    azbill Active Member

    I am very interested in finding a wheel like that...I am running with only a front drum now and would love to have rear as well :p
  4. Kaos

    Kaos Guest

    yes, rear wheel is a grubee wheel. the bearing cage in the wheel that comes stock has replaced with a full compliment of loose bearings by the guy im getting it from, he says it lasts longer. I dont know if I can post dealers name here but if it's ok i will
  5. Kaos

    Kaos Guest

    just looked at rules and looks ok? simpsonsmotorbikes.com i believe has some wheels and or hubs available. I got the only GT frame he had and he's tearing down a built bike to sell it to me
  6. srdavo

    srdavo Active Member

    Welcome to MBc.
    Can't wait to see pics of your new bike. Heck,,,,,,we wanna see your cruiser.
    thanks for Looking over the rules! :D
  7. azbill

    azbill Active Member

    mike doesn't have them on his site or I would have already ordered...have been drooling over the little picture on Grubee's site for a while haha
  8. Kaos

    Kaos Guest

    he has not updated his website for a while but i just bought mine and im awaiting delivery so he may have some left. I had to call and ask, and if he does not have em he may know where you could get them. There is a # on the website