Hubless Chopper From Turkey

Introduction: Hubless Chopper From Turkey

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    tomblik
    tomblik

    10 years ago on Introduction

    I wouldn't want to be on that thing when the bearings sieze.

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    jay019
    jay019

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    and being on a regular bike when a bearing siezes is better, how? lol

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    fretted
    fretted

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    <p><img src=http://www.thebikergene.com/gallery/albums/Hubless%20Monster/hublesseditsmall.jpg><p>Hubless is the new old cool

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    jaze321
    jaze321

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Great concept I would love to learn how to make this! My only problem is this is not technically an Ible due to the fact there is no info on how to duplicate the product. Please update this with a how to section or remove it due to lack of information.

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    anvil inc
    anvil inc

    10 years ago on Introduction

    It looks like a pair of machined discs that are riding on the inside edges of the rim and are either set with a roller bearing assembly in the outer edges of the discs, or possibly the bearings are fixed in the rim at either side.