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I found a kids 16 inch bike in a dumpster, and thought it might make a good base for a adults sized scooter. It was pretty cheap to ...
Remove all the parts that are surplus to your requirements, and strip the bike down to the frame. Put aside the following: Wheels Brake Headset stem and handlebars ...
The cuts are shown in the photo. Hacksaw off the top tube and seat tube. Cut through the bottom bracket. Make sure the bearing cups are out of ...
Make your deck long enough to get both feet on when riding. Remember a bit of room will be taken up by the frame. Cut out a hole ...
Glue and screw the rear wheel supports to the underside of the deck. I used 4 x 60mm screws in each side. Counter sink the screws as you ...
I found a 60mm pipe that matched the internal diameter of the cut bottom bracket. I bolted this to the frame with 2 x 6mm bolts. I then ...
I found a 22.2mm pipe that fit snug into the forks, and a sleeve that would take the stem from the bike. This is another situation where some ...
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