On Wed, Aug 10, 2011 at 4:24 PM, Crystalyte <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Yes, it is possible.
for one speed freewheel the motor will place in the axle's center.
But it will difficult to make a small quantity of the axle with special length. because the axle process with CNC. So it is request the special length of the axle with min.50pcs quantity.
I will informed what is the axle we have stock for one sped freewheel.
When you have the order for one speed freewheel motor.
发件人： Wojtek Podsada <email@example.com>
收件人： Crystalyte <firstname.lastname@example.org>
发送日期： 2011/8/10 (周三) 7:42:15 下午
主 题： Re: 5404 and 5403
thanks a lot!
i will keep updating you
a quick question- would it be possible to do a 5404 with a single speed freewheel and shorter axle? 140mm or so?
Hyena wrote:Yep, that hefty shipping price is why I suggested going by sea. I paid the premium last time (which wasn't quite as much on the lighter Hx motors) but it still still adds a fair bit to the bottom line. With these motors being more costly to start with + being heavier makes it less economical to send my air.
When he says he'll send door to door in lots of 10 he means to a single address - so you'd still have to redistribute them from a single address each country. This is what I had to do with my order.
I think we should push for the 135mm drop out spacing, or atleast have them made compatible so we can use a single speed freewheel if we want to fit them to a 135mm drop out. Having them made for 150mm spacing only would limit interest from members here I suspect.
Also is everyone aware of just how heavy these motors are ? They seriously weigh a tonne and dramatically affect the overall feel of the bike.