there's drill bit that grip in reverse..if your careful they work...
Very impressive build! I like it!
I understand James. You'll notice a big difference from 44T to 50T with much better regularity of torque. Well, just be safe and enjoy............
James, great job. Looking good. So, how does it run with side-car on it?
I am 5' 4" The Occ Was about right for me. I know of people 5-11 that ride OCCs. However they move the seat back & use highrise h-bars.
If I were going 4 stroke I would go with a cruiser( old one if possiable) w/springfork.
I have a 1950 Roadmaster with autoclutch and 2-cycle. It is a joy to ride.
So, as far as which bike to get for my 4 stroke build which will have front fork, front drum or disk brake and bigger tires than I have on my Trek... You would say the OCC with the wide rear tire, front fork and banana seat would be better than doing a Beech Cruiser? I was thinking that the OCC might be too small but if you get a 26" OCC you could have it all.
Thanks for that info James. I don't think I'll make the Conn rally. When is it? I actually just posted a thread about selling my kit. I'm seriously considering buying a scooter. I love that board track racer...is that yours?
Yeah I've seen bolts tapped and drilled before but this one is so small that I would be very leery to try to tap it out myself. I might have to take it to a machine shop to have it done. i wish I never added the new pipe and carb because my bike was running flawlessly before I messed with it.
Hey James, are you selling your bikes? Is this you? http://boston.craigslist.org/gbs/bik/2363087721.html abd this too http://boston.craigslist.org/gbs/bik/2363084315.html ?
My bike is out of commission right now. The both that holds the muffler in place sheered off and now I have ot figure out how to get the bolt thats stuck int he head, out of the head so I can put a new one on. Ugh!