GruBee updated their website

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ibeenjammin

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Check out Grubee's new products. They just recently updated their website sith a bunch uf new products for these motors.

http://www.grubeeinc.com/

Click on the "total products" button. Now we just need to find someone who is selling the latest products
 


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az cra-z

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I went to "contact us" and couldn't find anyone actually selling things. The freewheel big sprocket for the heavy duty hub looks like just what I need to finish the "terrible tandem". Now if someone would actually sell me one...... :(
 
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gone_fishin

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yeah, hated to burst anyone's bubble, but the gru-bee site's not all that new...and, the contact referrals aren't doing any more than they were before...

in my dreamworld, americans who've been reduced to flipping burgers to survive would rather be doing something worthwhile for the same low wages, plus they'd be helping themselves in the bargain...so, someone dust off one of these old foundries we have tucked all over our rural countrysides, right here where we used to know how to get things done, & get crackin' already...we're gonna be needin' a lot of these babies, & i'd just as soon not have to rely on china anyway.
 

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augidog said:
yeah, hated to burst anyone's bubble, but the gru-bee site's not all that new...and, the contact referrals aren't doing any more than they were before...

so, someone dust off one of these old foundries we have tucked all over our rural countrysides, right here where we used to know how to get things done, & get crackin' already...we're gonna be needin' a lot of these babies, & i'd just as soon not have to rely on china anyway :p
FYI: Dennis Foster still has Grubee parts. and a heck of a nice fellow.

How about a little motored bike pilgrimage to Shaw's motorbike factory in Galesburg, Ks? Maybe we could revive his old foundry??
 
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gone_fishin

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FYI: Dennis Foster still has Grubee parts. and a heck of a nice fellow
of course, didn't mean to give the wrong impression...i bet he'd jump on the chance to help develop a homebuilt industry, in the right circumstances...

davo, i'm more than half-serious...something's gotta give, and weakest link at the moment is the american wallet, people be forced into action sooner or later...we've got the answer 8)
 
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Herrmanator8

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i checkup on grubee's site every other week, they have some really nice stuff. but, where can i get some of that nice stuff?

jon
 
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andyinchville1

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I agree...Grube has some nice stuff but I can't find anybody that carries the expansion pipe...I'd love to see how much more power it gives.
Andrew
 
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grakker

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augidog said:
davo, i'm more than half-serious...something's gotta give, and weakest link at the moment is the american wallet, people be forced into action sooner or later...we've got the answer 8)
I'm with you here. It's scary to me how much the landscape of the US has changed in the past 20 years. We should be able to build cheap 2 strokes (or whatever the EPA says is OK). We should be able to do a lot of things that we used to do.

Heard a report on the radio today about the incredible increase in foreclosures of middle class and lower class homes. At the same time there has been a huge up trend in sales of homes $10 million plus. I'm not a socialist or anything, but something has to change. And I think manufacturing things in the US would help.
 
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