NZ - Cleanout! Bikes, Wheels, Rims, Hub motors, Controllers, Chargers, Frames, Tools, Machinery, Electronics and more

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Ohbse   10 kW

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NZ - Cleanout! Bikes, Wheels, Rims, Hub motors, Controllers, Chargers, Frames, Tools, Machinery, Electronics and more

Post by Ohbse » Dec 30 2020 9:55pm

I'm moving to the other side of the planet in the new year - everything must go. All prices are in NZD. Please do not give me any lowball bullshit, they're already cheap. Pickup vastly preferred, but can ship things within NZ up to a certain size. Battery and larger/heavier items shipping will end up being very expensive.

First up, I retired my Giant DH comp a while ago, but everything still worked great when parked, still great fun to ride and was still very reliable - just surplus to requirements. Buy bits or buy the whole thing for significantly less than the sum of its parts.
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Giant DH Comp 2005 with 'Kiwi' style stainless steel hub mounts - scuffed up original finish in White, Marzocchi Bomber fork, Manitou Swinger rear shock - $600
QS 205 v4 3.5T hub in 17" rim, equipped with Hubsinks and Ferrofluid - Heidenau K56 tire- $450
17" front rim, single cross - Heidenau K56 tire - $80
Mobipus 72200 - Super reliable, does 13kw all day - $400
Cycle Analyst v3 display with big external shunt - $100
Battery built with Samsung 30q's - 18s 12p - ~2.3kwh - Tired but functional. Split in two to mount to frame - $250
Brooks B17 Saddle - Black - $50
4pot Magura MT5e front brakes with 205mm Storm rotor - $80
Domino pot throttle with additional switches for headlights/modes - $60

In total over $7k worth of bits originally!
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Re: NZ - Cleanout! QS 205 V4 hub, Crystalyte hub, Mobipus, Sabvoton, Wheels, Rims, PSU's, Giant DH Comp, DieBieMS and mo

Post by Ohbse » Dec 30 2020 10:26pm

26" DH wheel - Mavic EX729 rim, Hope EVO 2 hub, DT Swiss double butted spokes with brass locking nipples. Built by ChainReaction cycles. Maxxis Hookworm tire. Not a ton of use, all on-road. This is about the best possible 26" wheel money could buy when built. Super light, ridiculously strong. $180

Alex rims DM24 - steep angle spoke holes for Hub motor single cross lacing - build a REALLY fast BMX! Brand new. Note this is just the rim, not a built wheel - $30

Sabvoton SSC96100 - up to 130v battery, 100a. Worked great when last used. Comes with a BONUS SECOND identical controller that I disassembled out of curiosity and is a huge pain in the ass to reassemble. Should work fine if you can get it together or use it as parts. $200

1800w PSU with Adaptto Charging coil - modified Telecoms inverter that can charge at up to 1800watt. Is set up with the 'Large' Adaptto charging coil. Could also be used with Nucular I believe. These are very compact, very reliable and quick way to charge for cheap. 52v output from memory. $50 or two for $80!

Crystalyte HS3540 in a 26" Mavic EX729 Rim - Sapim 12ga spokes - Maxxis Hookworm tire. Upgraded much larger phase leads. From memory this had some issue with the stator moving sideways on the axle and rubbing. I think I solved this, but it's been a while. $200

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Re: NZ - Cleanout! QS 205 V4 hub, Crystalyte hub, Mobipus, Sabvoton, Wheels, Rims, PSU's, Giant DH Comp, DieBieMS and mo

Post by Ohbse » Dec 30 2020 11:08pm

Cromotor V3 9kv laced into a Sun King Pin 24" Rim with Sapim 12ga spokes. Upgraded phase leads. Fairly worn 24" Maxxis Hookworm tire. I *think* this had issues with the magnets coming unglued, I never confirmed this before I moved on to 17" motorcycle stuff - if you search on these boards this is a relatively common issue that can be fixed fairly easily. Some scrapes in the paint. $200

DieBieMS - top quality bluetooth capable, canbus equipped 12s BMS - ideal for eskate. Brand new, comes with all connectors in original packaging. These are about the pinnacle for lightweight mobility and are very hard to get when you need them. $140. Two available

https://github.com/DieBieEngineering/DieBieMS

IBM Blade Bladecenter PSU's - 12v output - 8 of these - free! Output isolated, string these together and build a 100v 150a power supply

Grin Satiator 72v version - Simply the best charger ever made - comes with adapter for charging Surron's and the TTL cable - $450

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Re: NZ - Cleanout! QS 205 V4 hub, Crystalyte hub, Mobipus, Sabvoton, Wheels, Rims, PSU's, Giant DH Comp, DieBieMS and mo

Post by Ohbse » Dec 30 2020 11:14pm

24" Halo SAS 36mm Rim - the strongest 24" rim made. Brand new. $40

Industrial Shelving - 3 Bays of 5 Shelves per bay. 350KG/shelf. Clear coated particle boards. 1.8m long shelves, 2.1m high, 500mm deep. MUCH nicer/stronger than any hardware store rubbish shelving $400

Arbor Press - 12" - Large arbor press. Fully restored condition. Made by Whakatiki Engineering, Upper Hut. 3 ton capacity. Useful for leatherwork and jewellery making. Comes with a variety of dies/press tools- $180

Pentax DSLR K30 Camera - 16mp full frame DSLR, comes with SD card and two lenses - 18-135mm waterproof and a Tamron macro lens for close up stuff. Takes great shots. Great way to get into 'proper' photography - $200

Canon G7x Mark II Camera - great all rounder camera - highly rated. $350

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Re: NZ - Cleanout! Bikes, Wheels, Rims, Hub motors, Controllers, Chargers, Frames, Tools, Machinery, Electronics and mor

Post by Ohbse » Dec 30 2020 11:59pm

Avid CNC Pro 4896, 2.5mx1.3m CNC Router.
2.2KW Spindle, VFD
Teknic Clearpath NEMA34 Motion Control, UCCNC software on a UB1 breakout board.
Edge finder/Tool setter
Donek Drag knife
Collet set (1/8", 1/4", 3/8", 1/2")
Surfacing bit
Other misc tooling worth ~$2k, engraving, compression bits, up and down cutters, plastic specific cutters
Magnetically attached Dust extraction shoe

$16,500

Buying one now would take ~4 months to arrive and cost $22k for the same specifications. Can be seen running on request (with proof of funds).

https://www.avidcnc.com/index.php
https://www.cncroom.com/interface-cards/uc300eth-ub1

Machinery House DC-80 Industrial Dust Collector - Upgraded with 2x HEPA FC-10 Cartridge filters (1 micron filtration) and 100mm flexible hose kit. 3-phase supply, 3HP motor - $1200 https://www.machineryhouse.co.nz/W397

Cyclone Dust separator - CDS-3 Separates dust prior to extractor - 110 litre collection bin with bags $300. https://www.machineryhouse.co.nz/W316

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Re: NZ - Cleanout! Bikes, Wheels, Rims, Hub motors, Controllers, Chargers, Frames, Tools, Machinery, Electronics and mor

Post by Audisport09 » Dec 31 2020 12:19pm

Is the Mobipus 72200 more powerful than sabvoton 150a (unlocked to 200a)?

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Post by Ohbse » Dec 31 2020 9:20pm

200a is 200a - not going to be a huge difference if any.

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Re: NZ - Cleanout! QS 205 V4 hub, Crystalyte hub, Mobipus, Sabvoton, Wheels, Rims, PSU's, Giant DH Comp, DieBieMS and mo

Post by PRW » Jan 01 2021 2:27pm

Ohbse wrote:
Dec 30 2020 10:26pm
26" DH wheel - Mavic EX729 rim, Hope EVO 2 hub, DT Swiss double butted spokes with brass locking nipples. Built by ChainReaction cycles. Maxxis Hookworm tire. Not a ton of use, all on-road. This is about the best possible 26" wheel money could buy when built. Super light, ridiculously strong. $180

Is this a rear or front wheel?

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Post by Ohbse » Jan 01 2021 8:29pm

Front wheel

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Post by Stielz » Jan 04 2021 7:42pm

Some good deals here, I'd be keen as if not for the shipping cost of those larger items.
Just trying to gauge how tired the battery pack is. Is it capable of supporting your 13kW pulls?

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Post by PRW » Jan 09 2021 7:44pm

Ohbse, sent you a PM


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Post by PRW » Mar 15 2021 6:02pm

HI Ohbse, I sent you a PM a while ago, I no longer have your phone number. Could you please have a look?

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