knoxie wrote:broken side cover disc mount
Lenk42602 wrote:JRH had some custom spoke nipples manufactured from Sapim that threaded into 12&13 guage spokes,
GCinDC wrote:first off, i was able to salvage the disk adapter - no idea where dbaker got it... i'm thinking i will thread on and jb weld to side cover.
GCinDC wrote:i'm definitely not crazy about using washers. i never even rode in the rain, and can see some rust starting. what's ironic is that i got the wheel hoping it would be indestructible, but because of dish issue ended up constantly adjusting it and doing more maintenance than a 26 rim!
i wish it weren't so expensive to ship these motors/wheels around because i'd much rather have them built by a pro. might be worth it next time.
rui_fujino wrote:From the last vid I noticed you seem to pedal really fast...whats your gears like?
If you pedal alot, you might wanna get higher chainsets or 11t freewheel?
chroot wrote: Frickin awesome good progressive rear shocks.
rui_fujino wrote:you seem to pedal really fast...whats your gears like?
GCinDC wrote: 44T up front, 11T in back, but chain won't sit on that because of dropout adapter, but actually i've not really tried, so it's the second gear in the cluster, 12 or13T
I did begin to wonder when the news said something amazing was flying through DC?? yesterday...I thought thats right Greg has got his bike back on the road? now I get it LOL!
Sacman wrote:Can you get away with putting a washer between the frame and the axle's shoulder?
etard wrote:My friend made a little bracket that attaches to the disc brake mount and makes some cool forward facing videos from this angle.
knoxie wrote: something amazing was flying through DC??
veloman wrote:44x12 - ouch that is small. I ride a 44x11 and above 30mph the pedal rpms are too high for casual effort. I would suggest a 53 but you prob want the ground clearance.
Hyena wrote:Yep get a schlumpf - they're a bit pricey but I can pedal along at 35 mph with a 34t chain ring on the front and a 14 on the back