MB-1-E Part Twelve: Jackshaft & Batteries Installed

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Under Construction ... more text to be added.

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THE NEW STEEL MOTOR MOUNT

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ADJUSTABLE STRUTS

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TOP VIEW OF THE DRIVE TRAIN

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#35 CHAIN AND DRIVEN SPROCKET

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BATTERIES RELOCATED (Duct tape comes in handy)

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JUST ANOTHER VIEW

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Thank you for recreating this, we really appreciate your effort.
We've already added it to the V is for Voltage Forums Community Hand Books » EV Collaborative Hand Books » Building E-Bikes Collaborative Hand Books » Community Members 24v 3/4hp Mountain Bike Conversion Blog, so you won't have to add it after you update this page.
FWIW, we made the same mistake latter with "Chapter Three: Test fitting the motor mount" in the
Kona Blast elationeibke conversion Blog, but this time we made a copy first.
We're learning.

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No problem at all, I'll be recreating the text also as noted "Under Construction". Perhaps you could make my latest "forum entry" a Part Thirteen of my blog (or I will if I can figure out how but I don't want to make double entries).

Since I started out with the Collaborative Handbook as a blog, I may change it some in the future to have a little more continuity group some features (like battery arrangement) and make the text & pics flow better.

I will take some more pics of the MB-1-E in it's current state ... I was anxious to try it out so didn't take any pics yet.

In general, I'd like to make this a good, easy to use handbook on converting a Mountain Bike to an Electric Mountain Bike (from scratch). There are some different requirements to making a E-MTB vs. an Electric Street Bike. I would say it's somewhat similar to a 4WD vs. a passenger vehicle. All components need to be built to take the added stress.
I'm obviously not there yet. :D

... (lightbulb) Now, if I could figure out how to change the ratio so I can go from street bike to the mountain bike, this could be a very versatile machine.

Dave

MB-1-E
Electric - Bridgestone MB-1 Mountain Bike
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No problem, is MB-1-E Part Thirteen: Electric Mountain Bike ok, we can name it what ever you want.
FWIW, we also back dated this post, MB-1-E Part Twelve: Jackshaft & Batteries Installed, to the date and time of the original Fri, 06/01/2007 - 01:28 so they will fall in order.
Feel free to contact us in the future for any assistance we can provide with your Hand Book.
Thanks again for all your patience and valuable input, it's appreciated by all.

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