Jay64 wrote:We have some of the electric shopping carts at work. I want to modify one so badly.
Hi, Deafscooter,Deafscooter wrote:Deafscooter done modded the Handicapped Scooter ( three wheels ) with Original Seated Running up to 37.2 Mph top speed!
Thanks, Kim,AussieJester wrote:Shall be watching with much interest buddy I'm confined to a wheelchair myself and am currently in the process of building my own custum 'mobility scooter'
What are your plans for the bodywork side of things? Fiberglass was something i was contemplating? Best of luck with the project looks fantastic so far.
Not much has changed yet. I'm snagged on rear wheel replacement and haven't decided how-yet to conquer. The keyed axles are oddly sized at .785", so finding a fitable solution has been a head scratcher. I may have to disassemble the tranny and turn-down the axles a tad. Additionally, I'm also building a second trike at the same time... so, when I get stumped on one... I move to the other. I'll certainly post pics when I solve this frustrating issue.AussieJester wrote:Anymore progress on this one Papa? Keen too see how its coming along mate
Papa wrote:Additionally, I'm also building a second trike at the same time...
Yes, mine has a 13:1 chain reduction drive with integral differential - all stuffed into a cute little, oil-filled package.AussieJester wrote:Papa the rear axle arrangement is something i have just started working on today, does the scooter have a diff setup at all?
Papa wrote:This one will have a Sturmey Archer 8 spd internal hub w/independent chain driven differential (an arrangement much like the Hase Kettwiesel with its optional Nexus hub)
Sure....AussieJester wrote:Papa wrote:This one will have a Sturmey Archer 8 spd internal hub w/independent chain driven differential (an arrangement much like the Hase Kettwiesel with its optional Nexus hub)
Would REALLY like more info on this if possible mate?
Papa wrote:Yes, it's a basic differential, an option on Ketts. The Greenspeed Anua http://www.greenspeed.com.au/anura_pics.html also has a differetial, but It's my understanding that it's standand equipment.
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