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    macarollo Guest

    Default 99% done... 196cc push trailer!

    Here is my push trailer...



    In the picture I had the gas tank removed and the throttle was not connected, now it is.

    All that is left for me to do is wire up my remote kill switch, add oil and gas to the engine and take it for a RIDE!!!

    I would have done that tonight, but I wanted to wait until it was light outside for my maiden voyage. Wish me luck!
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    Nice work...I LIKE the yellow tire!

    Andrew

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    Quote Originally Posted by andyinchville1 View Post
    Nice work...I LIKE the yellow tire!

    Andrew
    me too! I just realized that my setup is very colorful. The tire is a solid tire so no flats!

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    Put a little mesh box around that like a burley trailer and you'll be super stealthy.

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    Simply beautiful. Lean and clean. Great design. A+
    Have a blast on your maiden voyage.
    Inspiring others to dream is my motivation.

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    Looks very nice looking with the blue & yellow! Awaiting the first run!

    Add lights and a few more things, and it will looked pimped out for sure!

    GREAT JOB!
    Last edited by ZnsaneRyder; 01-18-2009 at 08:16 PM.
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    ..... I'm brave enough to go fast, ARE YOU?

    It's kind of hard to pickup chicks on a bicycle, unless she wants to ride on the trailer LOL.

    Freethinkers will live and prosper!

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    Default Wow!!!

    I'm proud of your fine job!

    Who made your red frame? Does it pivot at the seatpost?

    Looks almost perfect. Ya might choose to increase your gear ratio after you get the feel of your trailer.

    That's if ya want more performance.

    What are your sprocket sizes?

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    Very nice design and implementation.

    6.5hp, you won't have any problems with hill climbing.

    What size sprockets did you use? and what is the wheel size?

    moar pics!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5-7HEAVEN View Post
    I'm proud of your fine job!

    What are your sprocket sizes?
    His clutch is 12T and his sprocket is 37T, approximately a 3 to 1 ratio. Perfect for the 10 inch wheel.

    http://www.mfgsupply.com/m/c/AZ2084.html?id=KRKHMDTd
    Proud Member of the 40Mph club.

    ..... I'm brave enough to go fast, ARE YOU?

    It's kind of hard to pickup chicks on a bicycle, unless she wants to ride on the trailer LOL.

    Freethinkers will live and prosper!

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    macarollo Guest

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZnsaneRyder View Post
    His clutch is 12T and his sprocket is 37T, approximately a 3 to 1 ratio. Perfect for the 10 inch wheel.

    http://www.mfgsupply.com/m/c/AZ2084.html?id=KRKHMDTd
    Znsane is right. I went with that at his suggestion. It was a pain in the butt though because that sprocket does not have the standard bolt pattern on it so I had to redrill holes. I would not buy another split sprocket... Northern Tool sells a 40T sprocket that is not split. Although I wouldn't hit 50mph with that one.

    With a 37T at 5200RPM I should hit about 50-51mph if all goes well.

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