Deafscooter Build off the Currie GT Frame ( 24 volts Hawker Batteries in frame )

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Deafscooter Build off the Currie GT Frame ( 24 volts Hawker Batteries in frame )

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:jawdrop: :O Here is Junk Frame of Currie GT Frame and two hawker Batteries Packs :O :jawdrop:

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Here is I start to Design the Junk Currie GT Frame and two Hawker Orange Batteries will be install in framework
and the motor will use High Powered run off from 24 Volt Resource packs & it could go Fast 40 Mph tops speed

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Re: Deafscooter Build off the Currie GT Frame ( 24 volts Hawker

your going to need a lot more metal for them lead weights you added, LoL
Looks great

I just Re-laced my first spoked wheel! and it was trued by spinning it in my hand

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Re: Deafscooter Build off the Currie GT Frame ( 24 volts Hawker

Deafscooter is Here...

Updated, Friday Aug 17, 2007
Deafscooter working Metal Fabricate on Scooter framework to add on strong one

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Re: Deafscooter Build off the Currie GT Frame ( 24 volts Hawker

:D Craig, You're cracking me up with all this! It would have taken me hours to put that picture together. Somehow, I think you just whipped it together in no time.

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Deafscooter is Here...
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August 18, 2007
Deafscooter done remove original battery tray off from framework then chop side to side of frame to make wide fit the two batteries packs inside framework ....

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== I wait for get metal from Steel Company on monday == then add on rail frame later ==

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Deafscooter is Here...
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Monday Aug 20, 2007
Craig got some Pipe/tube , L shape , Flat sheet => from Steel Company
Doing on Tube bender to Fitting the Scwhinn Frame then later do Tig Weld (tacker) to hold the tube .

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` ;)
Thanks Craig, a least we're getting some updates, that's a big improvement from the past.

Peace Out,
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What is your vision for the future our growing community?

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Aug 21, 2007
Craig added pipe into Framework then fitting the two dummy batteries in cage make sure fit perfect in place
then tig weld "tacked" all perfect place also minor to correction the pipe aligning & remove dummy batteries
clean all dust on metal frame then do fully Tig Weld to Glueing on Tube in fully secure in place & inspection
it real nice framework,

then later I design paper & CAD on Rear wheel Axle Bracket and mount the Monster motor place in frame. }:)

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Deafscooter is Here...

This is Craig modded on Currie GT with improvement scooter
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install front steering ,both wheels, brake system , drive system ,
also install speed controller , wire up install , safety issue cut off

On monday Road testing the pre-finish the modding e scooter,

Then Scooter will repare to package and shipping out to country

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