Front Brake Screw?



Wrench

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I spend a lot of my time working on or repair other people's Whizzer. I kinda like it that way. I work on WC-1, NE, SE motors and bikes. I just sent a 1999 WC-1 with some upgrades back to Martinez.
I have a 2005 NE with Fred's OHV on it, rear disc brake, a few other things that I'll have done in a couple of weeks back to San Francisco South Bay area. One back to Huntington beach.
4 more to go. :)

That's not including the vintage whizzer :)

I need more time :)

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What's Up Ray,
Did ya finish mounting the rear disc brake set up. If ya used a disc brake kit, what kit was it?
I would like to see how ya mounted everything to the frame. Got some pic?
 

mason_man

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Are you thinking rear disc?
Not hard at all, it's the cats meow;)
Have front and back disc brakes on my NE-R, 3"wide tires too,CVT

Ray
 
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Wrench

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Are you thinking rear disc?
Not hard at all, it's the cats meow;)
Have front and back disc brakes on my NE-R, 3"wide tires too,CVT

Ray
No, I'm happy with my Worksman drum brakes.
I was just wondering if ya did something different.
Good future reference if I ever decide to build another bike
 

mason_man

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I have the worksman's on my other Whizzer,like 4 of them.
Disc brakes can't be beat.
Next one will go on my panther with Fred's OHV on it.
Will probably lace them up with the worksman's rim. This is why the WC-1 case is the best of all the new edition. I won't need to lighted up the flywheel, just need to make sure it's balanced.

Disc brakes all the way!

Ray
 
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