Yes. I did this for all my cables. The other ones also have 5/16 steel fuel line welded in and blended. Brake cables pass through 5/16 fuel line perfectly.Do you think a gusset like you did for wiring would work top and bottom of top tube to pass a throttle cable through instead of offsetting the carb to gain clearance for cable?
It is actually the same as the hyper since I changed the dropouts. I'll leave this one as it sits for now. May start building a frame in the spring. Have to pick up a tubing roller to make the seat stays to make it a cruiser.Dope seat post, love it.
That frame looks even shorter with those big tires on it...ever think of a mild stretch, like 2-3"??? Would look way better and be more stable at speed than that short wheelbase.
Nice work on the motor mountMade the rear engine mount today. Since I opened up the front engine mount to 45mm so it fits the down tube and the seat tube has a kick to it, the rear mount was 25° off. Took a piece of 1" bar stock and made a mount. Used the drill press, band saw and a router with a round over bit, then used the bench sander to clean it up. I'm happy with it.
Decided to add a brace from the seat tube to the top tube. Had to shape the notches by hand because the POS tube notcher can't do pieces that small. The tubing is from an old Huffy mountain bike that was laying around. Have a bunch of junk around lol, that's where the screen name comes from.
And here is a pic of most of the paint. Still waiting on the semi gloss and gloss clear. All the clear is 2k so it will take the gas spills and oil leaks that are bound to happen. The Duplicolor clear will be used on the handlebars, hand controls and stuff like that. Bike will be black and gold like the last one. Going to mix flat, semi gloss and gloss to make some things stand out and others hidden. That's the plan anyway. Sorry for the dark picture.