My "80" CC schwinn center mount

I love this thing, actually got it originally as can't afford a motorcycle right now. But they are so easy to work on, its really a lot of fun.

I have plastic black conduit routing the wiring, which makes it look clean, on the black bike - you probably can't see it.

The perma-tec like gasket worked great on the carb mounting to the engine, solved my cutout at full throttle problem. I used the black "oil resistant" version of whatever brand it was. Thanks to the forum.

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hellbilly

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Looks like you'll be having alot of fun on that. With that basket you can even get groceries. Nice job.
 
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Large Filipino

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So many things you can solve with that basket. Very nice bike.
I like your seat.
 

RedGreen

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I have been thinking about putting a front basket on my little mule to go along with my expandables in back. Looks like it fits fine.
 

chrisnbush

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My second (well 3rd, the 2nd is extinct) ride

Dax's rear mount titan on the Kulana MoonDog - here are some pics

The rear mount tire roller (the metal roller) from LiveFastMotors kept wearing out on me, that and the tires.

So I went with Duane's rear mount. Smooth as silk. One thing I did was to flatten a section of the jackshaft were the output sprocket sits, so that the set screw sits on the flat and won't slip - I stripped the first screw installing it.

I like it, but it does not have the power with 44t sprocket, geared as it is, that my centermount with the 44t sprocket does. It goes a little faster, but the clutch slips on the 10 - 15% grade hills we have around here.

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