Help with this ebike hub motor

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Help with this ebike hub motor
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Hi everyone I have this motor it works but there are some things I want to see if they are possible. The freewheel is broken , does anyone know where I can get a replacement gears? My next question is if it's possible to change this motor to make it a spoked wheel or if anyone has managed to do this. This is a cast motor with solid spokes from a good e scooter.

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Re: Help with this ebike hub motor

that is from an old moped type pedal-equipped low power e-scooter. It looks like it has been sitting outside for a long while and is probably no good. And no, the motor case is integral with the wheel and rim - it cannot be converted to a spoked bicycle wheel.

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Re: Help with this ebike hub motor

Thank you for your input. The motor is tested and it does work. I have seen people on YouTube drill holes in similar mag type wheels and convert them to spoked rims but there is not alot of info provided in the videos.

I was just hoping someone on here had tried something similar or if they knew what type of gears I need to replace the damaged one. Seems to be a freewheel type. When I look on Amazon or ebay there are so many options when I type in single speed freewheel. If I can't convert it to a spoked wheel then what I was thinking was to mount it as a mid drive, that's why I want to figure out how to fix the gear.

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