methods wrote:He said that he could machine the bearing hole to any size.
Find out what size yours is.
If it was easy. . . Everybody would be doing it right?
The covers he is getting are right off the shelf from Crystalyte and he told me that he uses all 12mm axles so . . . 2 + 2 is adding up.
I trust him too. Just make sure you are on the same page
methods wrote:"Just for info. there are two different bearings 6005 left and 6004 right."
I am considering just picking up 10 or 20 of these to distribute to my local army of space monkeys. ElectricRider has a damn monopoly any anyone else who is cool (like eBike.ca or E-MTN) are cost prohibitly far away in another country. . .
methods wrote:2 months, they are making them
I asked if they were going to do better rolled threads, a longer threaded axle, cooling fins, etc. but of course they said no. The average joe does not wan that crap and the average joe is who butters their bread. Fair enough.
I am sure that soon there will be some mega motors coming out. . . Maybe in the next 2 years when the EV's pick up.
getadirtbike wrote:.... So back to the original question that I was asked.... Can I supply a side cover to fit a rear disc brake on an X5 with a 14mm axle??? .... yes.... but you'll have to work out an alternative for the plastic sleeve. . . . .
voicecoils wrote:That's it for me today, I've got an exam tomorrow.
getadirtbike wrote:OK. I've decided that I'm going to make a batch of disc brake covers to fit the X5's withe the 14mm Axles.
The covers will cost $60 AUD each plus $10 AUD postage within Australia or $30 AUD postage to anywhere else in the world.
I'm only going to do this once so if you want one, now's the time to get one.If
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