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    Re: Danny's Daily Delta

    Hi Danny C
    As I look at your design of mounting tabs to hold backing plate of Sturmey Archer wheels the thought came could this be the way to mount my wheels but use as front steering.
    Course need...
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    Re: Danny's Daily Delta

    Hi Dan every interesting await more pictures and dialog. As for myself thinking of a folding trike as I'm better after a year of recouping from my bout of shingles. Saw a folding mobility scooter....
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    Re: Returning to the AZ fold after years away

    I Echo Twinkle's sentiment's as to your return may you have many a happy experience. Enjoyus riding.
  4. Re: 20" wheeled e-trikes------ the continuing story----

    It seems to me that you (Emma) are always the one taking the pics and Ken is sitting n trike or elsewhere whilst your trike is empty. Or is this the protocol?
    Enjoy the pics as always though Ta Ta
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    Re: StreetFighter/Warrior combo

    Welcome cloakable.
    You'll find many answers from the members of this forum. The member Twinkle has many builds to her credit and the plans from this site are for modification or guides for your own...
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    Re: Нome made Electric snowmobile

    Interesting A powered Snow board. Not any Snow to be seen here in Southern England To be able to Use. Hope You have a nearby charger or spare battery. All the best For the Upcoming Season
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    Re: Interesting DYI Chain breaker/pin pusher

    The Chain breaker is similar to the ones available here in UK for a Fiver. also can adjust chain binding with item as well.
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    Re: Fantasy solar bike

    Yes as Twinkle has said, if you break the chain you walk home. Unfortunately, that can happen with a pedal powered bike as well, as happened to me, luckily was in town with bicycle shop and bought a...
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    Re: DIY Battery Building

    Morning to all
    SEE website www.ebikeschool.com/how-to-build-a-diy-electric-bicycle-lithium-battery-from-18650-cells/ for his new book about building batteries for E-bikes
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    Re: Any current source for the 3/4 rotor hub?

    Hi there, there is in Birmingham, company name of Cross and Morse that can be found at following website http://www.cross-morse.co.uk/products.asp click on free wheel clutches image will bring up...
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    Re: faulty inner tube valves

    Morning mickg
    Nice to read that the seller was willing to do P.R. and you been sent four tubes on the house.
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    Re: A NEW bike motor ?

    Interesting edspedalcars the battery is part of wheel mount great for space requirements, but at what the sacrifice of range? Also the weight on one side means small battery. I know there is an...
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    Re: A very Clever Kingpin Jig.

    Morning Dan at library and allowed to see the posted images. Yes, that is impressive design and as said simple. Thank you
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    Re: A very Clever Kingpin Jig.

    Evening Dan at present can't see the images posted maybe at library computer but nice to read that there is a jig available for king pin alignment and gave you success. Reading your thread via school...
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    Re: Simple Tube Bender

    Veeerry Nice looking bike possibly a ape bar steering handlebars. Will have to wait and see what develops. Staying tuned.
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    Re: Simple Tube Bender

    Morning go1000go (Tim) where there is a will; there will be found a way, but I never thought of a old tyre rim as a mould. Looking forward to more pictures of the build.
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    Re: Hello from France

    Morning marsouin I second the motion of Welcome to the forum. You'll find information to build and plans to follow or change to suit your needs. Happy reading to you and hope to see your efforts soon...
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    Re: Hello everyone

    Thank you Cambiker71 for the link. The proof in in the pudding as they say.
    And the pictures show that a front wheel drive is possible. All the best on the next build.
  19. Re: I canít stop thinking of my next bike project.

    Morning Pegasus today as I look at picture of the trike frame I noticed that the steering frame is pivoted at a point forward of the upright arms. Would not this give a swing like a boat rudder to...
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    Re: Hello everyone

    Afternoon Cambiker71 Thank you for the pictures that is one nice looking trike. Only one thing noticed is that there are no rear brakes. I personally would feel safer with a rear brake system. Also...
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    Re: Hello everyone

    Morning Cambiker71 More pictures. Now I can see your visionary trike. Are you using Cotter pins to hold steering rod ends to steering arms to allow quick disassembly?
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    Re: Hello everyone

    Interesting Picture but need a few more to understand what I am looking at. Is this a rear drive or front drive trike? And like the idea of recycled coal shed to workshop. Looking forward to seeing...
  23. Re: Help!!!!!! Someone spray painted my schwinn trike. ...

    Hi greenevegiebeast, Sorry to read about the bike theft and I wonder if Graffiti remover might work. I know Graffiti remover damages latex paint but unknown about powder coat. As Twinkle stated...
  24. Re: I canít stop thinking of my next bike project.

    Morning Pegasus nice ambition to travel and like the trike design. As to tube sizes could it be possible to contact these or similar university students to help with the choice?
    This could be a...
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    Re: How to order AZ parts?

    Morning Pegasus. As to the Sturmey Archer Single sided drum brakes I use one on my commuter bicycle for work and rain or shine I stop in very short distance. To hold the brake arm I had a bracket...
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