That's a Module 1 gear.swb wrote:About the gear:
OD = 38mm
ID one side = 18.6mm
ID other side = 22.6mm
swb wrote:Does anyone think that this motor is identical to any others?
If I cant get the gears (and after reading many pages, its not going to be straight forward) then perhaps I can buy a whole motor somewhere.
The outer dimensions of the motor, in its housing, are 114mm x 95mm. Inner diameter 105mm with a 12.5mm shaft.
Its a shame that the business had to close due to health/family but he could have sold his parts/spares to someone so at least warranty claims have some sort of opportunity, even if we have to buy them. I can just see my required bits just sitting in a warehouse somewhere (or even worse, landfill)
I think the design was good, if I could buy the kit off someone else I would (assuming my particular problem is a one-off) The bike performed very well given the low power (200W) - better than an equivalent power hub motor I tried.
In aussie speak - i'm spewing mate.
voicecoils wrote:I dug out the bafang metal and plastic gears I have and they have 28 teeth so it's a no go unfortunately.
I hope you can find something suitable!
jateureka wrote:Hey voicecoils, this looks like 36T on the 2007 eZee 250W http://www.nycewheels.com/ezee-electric-bike-part-mot-gear-250.html#pictures
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