Ykick wrote:...if you hit a piece of gravel it will often take out a chunk of rubber.
Ykick wrote:Good idea for repair, 'never thought of that but should work? My wheels still worked fine just had some chunks out of 'em here and there. Spare is good though!
Hub motors are so simple - I can't imagine ever going back to more complicated drive systems. I'm up to around 2K miles on my Sidewalker - all I do to it is check spokes, air the 20" tires and adjust the brakes every once in a while.
maydaverave wrote:Lock, you said you have a hub motor on a currie scooter. Can you give us some information on it or a link to a thread about it. I can't seem to find one.
only1jake wrote:That would be pretty useful for warming up the cells in winter. Where'd you get them from? Thanks!
only1jake wrote:Yeah. That's what I was thinking too. What if some of the cells get more heat... does this affect discharge rate etc etc.
I'll wait and see how yours turns out. Any feedback on what happens would be great!
EDIT: My 100th post lol
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