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Parts!!!

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Finished machining my rear hub spacer.

Made a custom axle spacer to hide the right side of the hub from not being used since I'm running a sprotor.
Gona be bitchin once I polish it.
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Axle Spacers

Finished the axle spacer setup. Wheels finally set where its supposed to.
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3rd times a charm...

First sproket I ordered was a 23T .500 offset...
Was 1/4 out to far...

2nd one i ordered was a .250 offset... turns out I got one that wasn't thick enough... for a new model trans...

The 3rd one and final one was a .250 offset .76in thick for a chain drive conversion sprocket.... which turned out to be the perfect one... so now my chain alignment is nice n straight...

Also kinda got the idea of where my seats gona sit...
Still waiting on the correct back tire from back order before I can mount the the rear fender... which in turn I can then mount the seat...
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Old 10-13-2020, 06:38 PM
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Coming together

Threw the jugs and heads on so I could mock up the exhaust and weld the bung in on that. Put the bars and controls on for shits n gigs. And sat the motor mount on to see what it will look like. Still waiting on my correct back tire... still on back order... wish it was here so I could have everything else welded in...
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Headlight mounted

Mounted the headlight... and the legs n forks... n front wheel. Tin just sitting on tire for now. New back tire should be here tomorrow then I can finally mount the rear tin and seat...
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