Show Us Your Rear End

Discussion in 'Hacks' started by Beet, Sep 11, 2008.

  1. Beet

    Beet adventurer

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    Hi to all. Wanting a look at all the Differant Rear Ends of Outfits. Mainly the rear swingarm/ wheel arangements from differant angles. all the best Beet.
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  2. Beet

    Beet adventurer

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    <HR style="COLOR: #575757" SIZE=1><!-- / icon and title --><!-- message -->Hi to all. Wanting a look at all the Differant Rear Ends of Outfits. Mainly the rear swingarm/ wheel arangements from differant angles. all the best Beet
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  3. Bandit Bill

    Bandit Bill Newfie Rocketeer

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    This is the same basic arrangement as the Factory Hannigan Bandito rear wheel setup. Uses a c.2002 Honda Civic EX trim level US market rim mounting a 185/55R15 series tire. No swingarm modifications necessary, though the rear brake caliper stay had to be re-fabricated to clear the flat-profile rubber. The hub acts as the carrier for the rim, and the brake rotor.

    I imagine any millwright/machinist worth his salt would be able to replicate this.
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  4. GodSilla

    GodSilla I did that.

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    I'll see what I've got when I get home.
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  5. Oldfatbeerman

    Oldfatbeerman Enroute to a PUB

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  6. lout

    lout AYCIC

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    Bill, did you keep your cushdrive in that setup?
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  7. Bandit Bill

    Bandit Bill Newfie Rocketeer

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    The cush drive is the sprocket carrier bolts, rubber sleeved.
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  8. Sparke

    Sparke Been here awhile

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    Perhaps you can adapt some of this subtle engineering? The engine is a very BMW-like boxer-twin!

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