Help with motorized bike parts

Discussion in 'Spare Parts, Tools & Product Developement' started by rando24, Mar 24, 2013.

  1. rando24

    rando24 New Member

    Hello im having trouble with some parts that i need to get for my motorized bikes, first my 2 stroke i need the exhaust bolts for the exhaust, where about's can i get them from, thats really all from the 2 stroke its my 4 stroke that's annoying me, i need to get a new clutch and gearbox for it, the other annoying thing is that i use to see lots of them on ebay but not now for some reason i cant find any, so where about's can i get theses parts from.

    thanks
     

  2. darwin

    darwin Well-Known Member

    Ace hardware has any bolt you might need.
     
  3. dougsr.874

    dougsr.874 Active Member

    bicycle-engines.com (birddog dist.) has what you need.......and they DON't sell the HOOT junk gearbox
     
  4. MotorBicycleRacing

    MotorBicycleRacing Well-Known Member

    He's in Australia so your answers probably aren't going to help.

    The exhaust bolts for the exhaust are 6mm 1.0

    You don't say what kind of 4 stroke you have.
    You probably have the 50 cc Huasheng with the tapered shaft and most
    of the gearbox choices are junk.
     
  5. rando24

    rando24 New Member


    Sorry for the late reply, yes my 4 stroke is a 50 cc Huasheng but im not sure if it has a tapered shaft, I have found today 1 gear box that is the same as the one that i had on it previously but like you said they are junk and this one is, it didn't last very long on my bike but that's the only one i can find.
     
  6. siouxindian

    siouxindian Member

  7. birdmannn101

    birdmannn101 Member

    When I used to re-build motorcycles I ran into the same problem with exhaust outlet bolts since both ends are male ends. After a trip to Menards I found a 4 foot long 6mm bolt which I cut to what I needed. If you can't find it at the harware store PM me and I'll send you what I have leftover.
     
  8. motorpsycho

    motorpsycho Active Member

    if you have a standard happy time 2 stroke, your exhaust flange should have studs in the cylinder, which you would need nuts for, not bolts.
    of there are no studs in the cylinder, then you need bolts.
     
  9. rando24

    rando24 New Member

    Thank you for the offer but i have found some bolts to fit, but thanks anyway.
     
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