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06-27-19, 02:51 PM
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Posted By squirtdad

yay......now pics and full ride report :)

yay......now pics and full ride report :)
06-27-19, 02:03 PM
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Posted By ronin4740

While I don't have any advice to offer I wanted...

While I don't have any advice to offer I wanted to mention that I'm enjoying following the updates in this thread :) Looking forward to hearing about and maybe seeing photos of the finished product!
06-21-19, 11:31 AM
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Posted By Dan Burkhart

While 7 and 8 speed are close enough that they...

While 7 and 8 speed are close enough that they can usually be made to work mixing speeds and shifters, 9 speed is substantially different. The overall width of a 9 speed is nearly identical to 8...
06-20-19, 10:19 AM
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Posted By squirtdad

is this the one you got? claims it was designed...

is this the one you got? claims it was designed for electric bikes....if it is not the one you got, may be worth looking at
...
06-16-19, 09:29 AM
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Posted By fietsbob

Mechanic's perspective; speeds is spacing (7...

Mechanic's perspective; speeds is spacing
(7 thinner to fit in place of 6, 8 added wider to the stack of 7)

after 8, the spacing got tighter .. and chains thinner..

so the clicks on the lever...
06-15-19, 02:01 AM
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Posted By kek

10sp mtb flat bar shifter do not work with 9sp...

10sp mtb flat bar shifter do not work with 9sp rear derailleur
10sp road flat bar shifter do work with 9sp rear derailleur
(exception: 10sp Tiagra SL-4700 do not work with 9sp RD)

10s road...
06-14-19, 12:07 PM
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Posted By kek

If you have OLD=135, you can use 9sp axle mount...

If you have OLD=135, you can use 9sp axle mount Saint rear deraileur Shimano RD-M800
(with saint specific rear hub Shimano FH-M800)
06-13-19, 01:18 PM
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Posted By squirtdad

pics would really help can you explains more...

pics would really help

can you explains more about the reverse....is it a reverse or a brake lock (had one those on a 3 wheel schwinn i used for a delivery business in high school 40 years ago)
...
06-13-19, 06:30 AM
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Posted By Ironfish653

Microshift makes inexpensive Shimano-compatible...

Microshift makes inexpensive Shimano-compatible shifters as well.

The 'Marvo' is their 9-sp flatbar shifter. Can be had with or without the indicator windows. The LT and XE versions seem to have...
05-21-19, 02:35 PM
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Posted By squirtdad

Cool project thanks for sharing as it is bit...

Cool project thanks for sharing as it is bit personal..... and yes it crosses forums, but keep this one updated.... do you have any idea what hub motor brand wheel you are going for?
05-21-19, 11:43 AM
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Posted By squirtdad

for all wondering like me how in the heck do you...

for all wondering like me how in the heck do you convert a three wheeler like this.....this pic will help....it is one wheel in back and 2 in front

it is hard to tell but with OP's description...
05-21-19, 07:37 AM
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Posted By Wilfred Laurier

Re. the rear hub spacing (Over Locknut Dimension,...

Re. the rear hub spacing (Over Locknut Dimension, or OLD), if you know the model of hub the bike came with you can likely look up the specs for that one item and it will include the OLD...

or just...
05-20-19, 10:43 PM
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Posted By Jeff Wills

I'd be concerned that the hubs are the same...

I'd be concerned that the hubs are the same width. What's the width from dropout to dropout? I'd like to know how you're going to adapt a derailleur hub to your frame.

As above, a derailleur...
05-20-19, 08:37 PM
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Posted By dsbrantjr

Buy a claw as HillRider suggests, and have the...

Buy a claw as HillRider suggests, and have the local bike shop do the alignment for you. The tool is not inexpensive and unless you align lot of hangers it is cheaper to pay the shop.
05-20-19, 07:47 PM
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Posted By HillRider

The threading for rear derailleur attaching bolts...

The threading for rear derailleur attaching bolts is M10x1.0 so you need a hole in the adapter of that dimension. Older and cheap bikes use a "claw" rear derailleur mount which is a bracket the rear...
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