Homemade Bike Pusher Trailer 6.5hp





Introduction: Homemade Bike Pusher Trailer 6.5hp

About: i am in school and i like to build things i prefer everything that has two wheels and most of my projects require the use of not many tools as i dont have a torch or a welder or a pipe bender

yep i finished the video tells all if you want detailed instructions just comment i am active on instructables 



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    please send me details on this cool build

    Can you please post some detailed design plans. Im 14 and im moving about 5 mins away from my garage and i need a way to get from my house to my garage. Please help.

    give me some details please

    what sort of speeds were you able to get on this?

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    haha really? omgflyingbanana? where on earth did you come up with that name

    My extremely immature friend noted that a banana looks like a male's genitals.

    hahahahahhhahahahahhahahhahahahahhhhahahahahhahahahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa that is low- larious

    where did you buy the throttle twist from the one on my motorized bike sticks on full sometimes its scary because that hing is fast so i have to twist it in the opposite direction to make it let go and now it broke because the cheap plastic crap snapped that hold the throttle cable thanks :P

    Very cool! I'd love to see a video of how this does once it's opened all the way up. I've been considering fabricating a reverse trike (two front wheels) and mounting a trash-picked lawnmower engine to the front as a pull motor. I've read it is a far more efficient use of horsepower to pull a load rather than to push one (which is probably why most cars today are front wheel drive).

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    that has got to be a very hard engineering feat to design that without spending alot

    The plan I have devised in SketchUp calls for 2 similar bikes, some angle iron (usually available for free in the form of old, used bed rails), some bolts & nuts and a goodly amount of welding. As for the engine, I might follow your lead with a horizontal shaft motor instead of using the vertical shaft one I trash picked (I could chain link it to the front axle instead of direct gearing it as I was originally planning with the vertical shaft engine). The most difficult part is to engineer the rear-wheel steering (makes for some VERY tight turns).

    your doing rear wheel steering? well thats different i would like to see it in action when you finish

    I would love to see what you do with that, too!
    I have a similar project in mind... have a 4.5HP edger motor that I plan to use.

    hey i finished it all the way today and when i gunned it you can feel it 0-30 in less than two seconds, you have to lean forward when you hit the gas otherwise you'll do a wheelie

    Nice Real Work.
    I am working on a pusher for this when there is no wind.

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    that thing is cool, if i were you i would make a solar power pusher for size

    Good point :-)
    Its rarely cloudy when there is no wind !