Dewalt 36V lithium battery and eBikekit hub motor.

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Dewalt 36V lithium battery and eBikekit hub motor.

Post by ngocthach1130 » Jan 22 2018 11:50pm

For sale are 6 used dewalt 36v lithium iron phosphate battery. I have 4 chargers for them. They've been modified to directly tap into the cells.

These battery can output very high amperage. The battery are in good shape and still charge with the dewalt charger.

I'll include a eBikeKit front hub motor which have never been laced or mounted. I do not have a controller for the motor.

Local pick up preferred, but I can work out an acceptable price for shipping them together. I'm located in the Northern Virginia/DC area. I also make trips to see family in northern NJ/NYC area if anyone is interested in that area.

200$ for all 6 batteries, chargers, front hub motor plus shipping?
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Re: Dewalt 36V battery and motor.

Post by ngocthach1130 » Feb 06 2018 2:52pm

Bump. Need them gone. Any taker? Maybe 250$ for the lot plus shipping?
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Re: Dewalt 36V battery and motor.

Post by Voltron » Feb 06 2018 3:04pm

I'm too far, but as an fyi your post title makes it sound like it's a DeWalt motor too, not a regular hub motor.

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Post by ngocthach1130 » Feb 07 2018 4:19pm

I see, thanks
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Post by ngocthach1130 » Feb 20 2018 11:39pm

bump. Price added. Send private message if you would like to make an offer.
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Re: Dewalt 36V lithium battery and eBikekit hub motor.

Post by DrInnovation » Mar 07 2018 3:43pm

Any pics of batteries. What is the AH of the batteries.
is the motor a standard connector or is it one of those weird small round ones that e-bike was using for a while?
Owner of a Crystalyte 4012/409 with 10aH 16s Headway on a old huffy frame. Its not fast but it climbs my daily commute up 8% and 10% grades nicely. Washout frame with a "e-bike" front-drive hub with a home-built 18650-based 20ah-36v. My bigger "E-ride" is a chevy volt.

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Re: Dewalt 36V lithium battery and eBikekit hub motor.

Post by ngocthach1130 » Mar 09 2018 2:17am

There is a picture of the battery below the picture of the motor, not sure why it is not displaying it. each cell in the pack is 2.4ah. Each pack is a string of 10 cells in series. The motor do not have connector, There is 3 phase wire and 5 tiny wires
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Re: Dewalt 36V lithium battery and eBikekit hub motor.

Post by ElementX » Jul 28 2018 10:57am

Did you have to disconnect the BMS when you tapped directly into the packs?

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Post by ngocthach1130 » Aug 01 2018 5:31pm

No, i opened the pack and tap directly to the battery then run the wires out through holes in the pack. The BMS is still in the pack and connected.
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Re: Dewalt 36V lithium battery and eBikekit hub motor.

Post by ElementX » Aug 01 2018 7:26pm

Thanks, I'm going to try that with my dewalt 28v batteries!

Do you still have these 36v batteries available?

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Re: Dewalt 36V lithium battery and eBikekit hub motor.

Post by ngocthach1130 » Aug 06 2018 11:15am

Yes i do.
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