Do you think this could be made into a MB?

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japennell

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Good morning. Well, I just finished my first power bike and its awesome.

I have a mountain bike and it is uncomfortable because it forces me to ride forward. I would like a more comfortable ride and found this bike for sale near me. Do you think it is realistic to think this could be converted into a MB?

There is a second bike that gives wheel size specs. Rear 20" 4.14w

I do not have access to welding equipment nor do I posses that skill set.

Any thoughts?

Thanks!

(Sorry if this was not the appropriate forum to post in.)
 

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gone_fishin

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heehee...you got bit hard, dintcha? ;)

if you have no access to fabrication, carefully research the availability of the adaptors and mounts you'll need to do the job with a set of wrenches and a hammer. if you can, do a sight-fit before buying the bicycle. that's about all i can give you re: production-model choppers. someome here knows a lot more about it, and will be along shortly :)

i sense a pending "wild in the streets" project topic, and from what i've seen
of your posts so far, i expect it'll be a lot of fun to watch :cool:
 

azbill

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of those two bikes, the schwinn will be easier to motorize
they make parts specifically to mount engine/sprocket for the occ chopper
search schwinn chopper here and you will get lots of advice
 
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