patrickza wrote:Ok once I get an idea it's pretty hard to get my mind off it. Google listed one for sale on a local classifieds board last year september, but the ad was expired and couldn't be viewed. Google never cached the page, but luckily the number was still visible in the search. Going to take a look at it this weekend.
Can you tell me what size wheels they use, and how did you fit the sprocket? Could I use a scooter rear wheel with sprocket and brake already on it, something like this:
Rear Wheel Assembly For 12-1/2"x3.0" Tires
Rear wheel assembly for 12-1/2x3.0" tires. Made from strong lightweight aluminum alloy. This scooter wheel is complete as pictured and it includes an attached freewheel with 90 tooth sprocket for #25 chain, axle with spacers, axle nuts and washers, bearings, complete band brake assembly with brake rotor and a 12-1/2"x3.0" tire and tube.
Item # WHL-WH9161
Compatible with the following scooters plus others similar makes and models:
EzipÂ® 500, SchwinnÂ® 2006 500CD, SchwinnÂ® 2007 500CD
Green Machine wrote:Cool man...
i had an electrified skate board a few years back and found that if you drill a hole in the front and attach a rope you get a lot more stability at high speed (going over bumps etc).
Just a short rope with a handle protruding from the front to give you something to hang on to...in my case i just used it until i was use to riding the skateboard at high speeds and then got rid of it.
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