lots of spokes

Just finished the Build, now its fine tuning time before I fire it up. I need to trim a little off the fenders, put a spacer on the 36T sprocket and finish the lights. All in all I am pleased with my 1st build, but it still has to run before I can talk. I am taking my time and am learning a tone. Thanks to the web site I only pulled out a few hairs in the process.
Thanks
Stryker
 

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Alaskavan

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Cool. Lotsa' chrome. Musta been a b**** fishing the nuts and bolts for the sprocket through all those spokes.
 
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Large Filipino

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Did you lose any spokes in the sprocket mount? Did all the bolts line up or did you have to leave some out?
Man. That is a sweet bike.
 
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Scottm

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My heart skipped a beat. What a great challenege and tremendous patience.
That's a kick a** bike
 
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Stryker

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Did you lose any spokes in the sprocket mount? Did all the bolts line up or did you have to leave some out?
Man. That is a sweet bike.

This one is only a 72 spoke wheel and not the 144, so I only had to drop a size in the bolts and I kept all my spokes. If you ordered your engine from Dacs his sprocket mount comes with the bigger hardware. They will not fit between the spokes, a trip to home depot to pick up smaller nuts bolts washers and lock washers and you are good to go. Then all you need is a couple pairs of needle nose pliers and a small hands. Luckily I have both. I never thought I would be glad to have small hands. haha. Oh I almost forgot, the 36 T sprocket I bought had smaller mounting holes than my 44T so I would have had to get smaller hardwear anyway.
Cheers
Stryker
 
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