Heavy Duty Torque Arm - Disc mount, clamping optional $35

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Re: Heavy Duty Torque Arm - Disc mount, clamping optional $35

Post by 999zip999 » Apr 22 2020 2:31pm

The RACE is on I sent payment at 9:00am wed to dmwhal and the other guy. migueralliart.

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Post by dmwahl » Apr 22 2020 3:00pm

I don't know if that means I won or not but I received payment at 9:14 AM local time, printed the shipping label at 9:24, and walked them to the mailbox a few minutes later. :bigthumb:

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Post by 999zip999 » Apr 22 2020 6:13pm

Great remember I get award the winner. And don't try to bribe me cuz that would automatically disqualify you.
But are accept it.

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Re: Heavy Duty Torque Arm - Disc mount, clamping optional $35

Post by The Toecutter » Apr 23 2020 12:17am

I am interested in possibly ordering one of these for my KMX converted into a velomobile.

How many miles have you been able to get on your KMX using this torque arm thus far? I am considering the possibility of running a Leafbike 5T wind motor with a Phaserunner set to 96A phase current PLUS pedal output(I'm a strong rider and can sprint at 500W+ on any given day). 96A phase current means about 86 Nm torque, plus another estimated 40 Nm or so from pedal output. I also want to leave open the possibility of upgrading to a more powerful ASI BAC series controller and running 150A phase current at a later date. I intend to use this acceleration on a frequent enough basis to worry about long-term reliability.

Just to be on the safe side, I have an ebikes.ca torque arm kit in my possession to use on the cassette side as well.

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Post by 999zip999 » Apr 28 2020 4:20pm

Stop stop your T.A. come in yesterday a day later But your T.A. is a piece of art. And fit my Kona kukapu . So you are the real winner. I do declare.
Nice work. But where is my hole for clamp ?; I could just well to nuts on the bottom and drill one out and make it a clamper that way but this is only a 4000 Watt bike I doubt if I need a bolt. this works so great because the Kona has very short drop out and I don't know why they would do that in the rear. ? Carry on.

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Post by John in CR » Apr 30 2020 10:32am

999zip999 wrote:
Apr 28 2020 4:20pm
Stop stop your T.A. come in yesterday a day later But your T.A. is a piece of art. And fit my Kona kukapu . So you are the real winner. I do declare.
Nice work. But where is my hole for clamp ?; I could just well to nuts on the bottom and drill one out and make it a clamper that way but this is only a 4000 Watt bike I doubt if I need a bolt. this works so great because the Kona has very short drop out and I don't know why they would do that in the rear. ? Carry on.
Zip, you sure are easy. A vendor sells and ships the wrong version to you first, and you declare him real the winner. Figure out a fair cost for you time and materials to DIY the clamping including hole drilling and hacksaw cut (for more even clamping force across the face of the axle flat) and ask for a rebate.

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Re: Heavy Duty Torque Arm - Disc mount, clamping optional $35

Post by danielrlee » Apr 30 2020 10:36am

Stated in first post:

- Includes flats specifically sized to drill and tap hole for a 30mm M6 bolt (you will need to drill/tap yourself, it it NOT included). See here for pictures of a drilled/tapped part.
https://TorqueTech.co.uk : Electric bike spares, parts & accessories : 10% discount code ’ENDLESS10

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Re: Heavy Duty Torque Arm - Disc mount, clamping optional $35

Post by 999zip999 » Apr 30 2020 1:42pm

Boys I'm fine with it. I miss read and saw the hole in a pic a thought it would be there. I need this model as it makes up for my frame.

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Post by The Toecutter » Sep 30 2020 9:42pm

What size and length of Allen-head bolts are used for this?

I want to make sure I have the parts lined up when I install this with my motor/controller/battery pack. A Grin torque arm will complement it on the cassette side. I hope it holds up to what may be around 120 Nm torque for both motor and pedal input combined at a stop. We'll see. I'm certain the back tire will not have sufficient traction to use it.

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Re: Heavy Duty Torque Arm - Disc mount, clamping optional $35

Post by P3yot3 » Dec 01 2020 3:40pm

Are these still for sale? I've tried downloading the pdf's from the links to check that they'll fit but the links appear to be dead. I'd like delivery to UK if you're still doing them. Regards.

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Re: Heavy Duty Torque Arm - Disc mount, clamping optional $35

Post by alexayala.ut » Dec 16 2020 11:27am

I don't think he's still selling these. I tried downloading the pdf a few months back, it no longer worked. I could download the STL file though.

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Re: Heavy Duty Torque Arm - Disc mount, clamping optional $35

Post by P3yot3 » Dec 18 2020 1:11pm

Yeah, I feared as much - thanks for letting me know. If anyone knows of a good alternative then please drop me a line or answer here - many thanks.

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Re: Heavy Duty Torque Arm - Disc mount, clamping optional $35

Post by The Toecutter » Jan 17 2021 12:52pm

I haven't drilled a hole to clamp it yet and have it installed as it came. So far, at 1,250W and 96A max phase current in a Leafbike 1500W motor with a 4T wind, in 100 miles of powered riding nothing has come loose! It has a Grin Torquearm kit on the drive side as well.

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Re: Heavy Duty Torque Arm - Disc mount, clamping optional $35

Post by tomjasz » Jan 17 2021 12:59pm

I have one I'm not going to use. PM for details.
Thanks Justin_le we're here thanks to you. All the best to the mods for their tireless work keeping it on an even keel.

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