The wheels, pedals, and chain rings were painted yellow and dry-fit to the frame, in order to check for ground clearance. A 26" front fork with a 20" front wheel was more interesting to me than keeping the original 24" front end, and was good enough to ride. The 16" rear coaster brake provides the stopping power. Two standard chains were then fit to size, using the chain tool.
Two gear clusters were painted and welded (2nd photo)
onto one of my soon-to-be- famous "Handlebar Stem Extender"
creations.This extender was fabricated from the "Vaporizer's" front fork and bar set.
At the urging of many friends. 2 baby bottle nipples from a dollar store were glued onto the gear clusters (photo 4)