wojtek wrote:has anyone made this 54xx working with Lyen controller? if so, can you confirm the colouring? thanks!!!
ZOMGVTEK wrote:wojtek wrote:has anyone made this 54xx working with Lyen controller? if so, can you confirm the colouring? thanks!!!
That's what I used, and it worked. I only have a few dozen rotations on the motor, but it appears to be correct.
...I even posted it earlier http://www.endless-sphere.com/forums/vi ... 40#p559736
ZOMGVTEK wrote:How much force did it take to trash the threads? I would assume you're not being too rough on it, since the GM and 53xx are perfectly fine at similar torques?
Is anyone else running one of these yet? I'll just run some bolts through my dropouts and clamp the axle hardcore.
EDIT: Just noticed both you and max claim the same issue. Probably means they're all going to be the same deal...
unfortunately it is for me too
only on one side upper thread - indeed goes like onion!
Evoforce wrote:I had the axles sticking out of the shipping boxes when they arrived at my home. Could it be possible yours were damaged in shipping?
flathill wrote:I just read this on ebikes.ca:
Axle Threads Poorly Machined, Stripped
We always tell people to really do the axle nuts up as tight as possible to prevent axle spinout. However, Crystalyte turns the threads on a lathe rather than with a die and sometimes the tolerances are off. The nuts can be hard to spin on, or they can be so loose that the threads strip when the nut is tightened.
Evoforce wrote:I Personally don't believe that there should be grease on the axles out where the nuts need to be torqued. You wouldn't do that with automobile lug. These are also the nylon lock styles nuts that may not tolerate grease. I also have made a discovery about my 26 inch rim. It is laced incorrectly. Everyone should also check for that problem. No wonder they look so pretzeled.
auraslip wrote:I guess now is the time to suggest that ya'll should be using clamping drop outs.
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