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    Goped Hoverboard, 6.5" DM rim + freewheel + rear brake

    Goped Hoverboard, 6.5" DM rim + freewheel + rear brake


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    I used a 4130 Chromoly Tube 1-5/8" OD, 0.120" Wall with CNC



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    I grinded bids and painted.



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    Front fork with Magura caliper



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    I used a freewheel parts which were made by Pyunghwa.



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    Pyunghwa made above parts



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    ADA hub + Pyunghwa freewheel part with CNC work



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    Assembling.



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    Rear brake + freewheel



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    Finish shot.

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    That bigger front wheel looks great on there, perfect proportions and like it came from GoPed that way. And did you have to extend the rear swing arm as well? That freewheel is interesting, do you have any other close up pictures?
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    Nice scooter. Is that the PPV?

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    Thanks SJ.

    I didn't extend rear swing arm. The ESR750H's rear swing arm can accept a PMT R Rain 100/55r6.5 tire.

    I'll prepare freewheel parts' close up picture.

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    Hi EvoSpeed,
    It looks like a PPV, but it is Hoverboard(ESR750H).

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    Freewheel parts' close up picture

    Quote Originally Posted by SJ View Post
    That bigger front wheel looks great on there, perfect proportions and like it came from GoPed that way. And did you have to extend the rear swing arm as well? That freewheel is interesting, do you have any other close up pictures?

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    This freewheel parts are second version which was made on 07, 2014

    The original version of Pyunghwa's freewheel parts are for belt and chain drive. However I only needed the freewheel parts for chain drive, so I cut the parts(10mm) by lathe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by briare View Post


    This freewheel parts are second version which was made on 07, 2014

    The original version of Pyunghwa's freewheel parts are for belt and chain drive.
    Is there a English website to check details on those ( price, shipping to US/ EU) or someone with this company who can be addressed with an English language email ?

    Problem for most of us is that we cannot read or write in Korean

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    wow~

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    Thank you so much Marcus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by qwerty View Post
    Is there a English website to check details on those ( price, shipping to US/ EU) or someone with this company who can be addressed with an English language email ?

    Problem for most of us is that we cannot read or write in Korean
    The freewheel parts with a wheel are about $220. However he doesn't have english website and can't speak English.

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