This failure and resulting injury causes pause for thought.
neptronix wrote:Yet another reason why i'd never trust a motor in a front fork. Motors belong in the rear - unless the fork is steel and the power is very low.
Aluminum has a lifespan - you can only twist and bend it so many times before it goes. With a hub motor, you also have a powerful thing at the end of what is basically two long sticks, flexing the metal every time it engages, just like a disc brake.
But the torque force is worse than a disc brake.
You need a notably overbuilt front Fork to handle it.. most are not overbuilt..
mr.electric wrote:This is the extent of the detail my photo shows.
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