Blackmarkus Fully Chopped

Discussion in 'Photos & Bicycle Builds' started by blackmarkus, Jun 29, 2008.

  1. blackmarkus

    blackmarkus Member

    Here is the first pic of my new chopper. It is currently in the fabricators shop haing some mods done. I will post some more when it comes back .

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  2. spunout

    spunout Member

    thats sweet :). what kind/size of frame is that?
  3. blackmarkus

    blackmarkus Member

  4. azbill

    azbill Active Member

    niiiiiice ! :D
  5. Simon_A

    Simon_A Member

    What sorta brake setup are you going to use?
  6. blackmarkus

    blackmarkus Member

    it has a disc on front and coaster rear. I have just spoken to the fabricator and he said it will be ready in 2 days .I will post detailed pics then as it has been a long haul.
  7. spunout

    spunout Member

    i cant tell from your pic, but were you able to keep all of the spokes on the rear wheel?
  8. blackmarkus

    blackmarkus Member

    yes ,I'm glad somebody asked me ,it took me 2 days to workout how exactly to mount the sprocket. I ended up drilling out all of the holes in the sprocked and the mount so that they would take a bolt with a 12mm head(m8) then I used bolts with 8mm head (m5) with large washers. Worked a treat
    Last edited: Jul 3, 2008
  9. spunout

    spunout Member

    thats what i did, too. with 74-spoke wheels, though. was able to keep the same bolts, but i had to make the rubber mounts myself out of conveyor belt.

    nice looking bike. micargi makes good product.
    feels good to have not only a motoredbike, something people dont see every day, but also to have a unique motoredbike, huh.
  10. Stan4d

    Stan4d New Member

  11. A-TownTX

    A-TownTX Member

    jack shaft

    ur opinion do you think a jack shaft could be rigged to it some how. cuz that was gonna be my next project that or a limo stretch cruiser but I was wanting a jack shaft so i wouldnt have to bolt anything to my back spokes