drive sprocket shims

Discussion in '2-Stroke Engines' started by beeler54321, Jan 11, 2017.

  1. beeler54321

    beeler54321 New Member

  2. beeler54321

    beeler54321 New Member

    no one huh?
  3. CrazyDan

    CrazyDan Active Member

    The link sends me nowhere...
  4. Timbone

    Timbone Active Member

    Not sure I understand your question but that is THE WAY to mount your engine to the frame. Those muffler mounts are unbeatable, and you can use angle iron pieces to fill in any distance from the down tube to the motor itself.

    The real key is to assure that the rear mount is perfectly perpendicular to the seat post - you can use shims as necessary to adjust the front end. The idea is to keep the motor mount studs tight and free from shearing forces.