Finally finished the deck mounts. Took it out this morning for a run, the handle bar is a little low but works. I will replace it if I see one, but won't go out of my way for it. It's a lot more fun standing on, but you are much higher than a regular push scooter so pushing it to help out isn't a good option, unless you have really long legs. I'm glad I made the deck 32inches. I should have added a couple more inches since my back foot likes to be behind the wheel. There is room, but a little more would be better. Nice wide stance feels really cool, much like a skateboard now. Already got into trouble with it, going too fast on the sidewalk and came upon a tall crack. I had to bail, didnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t trust the scooter to ride over it without an endo. Did a running jump, surprised I was still standing. It must have been the adrenalin pumping. Scooter was undamaged. The speed feels close to 20mph, will put a gps on it tonight. Used my tennis shoe directly on the rear wheel, it does stop it much like those bikers without brakes, but you need to be careful how you do it. It threw my foot the first time. IÃ¢â‚¬â„¢m pretty happy with the conversion, a lot more fun than sitting down on. It would have been in the trash otherwise. I'll post final pictures later this week.