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Old 04-09-2010, 10:10 PM
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Hi, im new to the trike scene, and not completely there yet (project in production) have a great enthusiasm for engines in general, no where bear as much experience as probably anyone here, but I'm undertaking a trike project using a Honda VT 500 ED and its electrics to build my first trike. It is this which has made me contribute on here as I'm having some problems choosing a rear drive, the engine is a shafty but I've turned it sideways to put a sprocket on, and not sure how to go about the rear drive, I'm on a tight budget and simplicity is important. my choice at the moment is for a sprocket on to a solid axle, which is for obvious reasons not the best choice.
Any advice/help?
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J
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Old 20-09-2010, 05:23 PM
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Welcome Ozzy.

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