and this rotor https://cart.electricscooterparts.com/shoppingcart.asp
and this is what I got
Anyone know of a rotor that will fit the rim? Really trying to avoid electricscooterparts.com as their lack of product detail is frustrating.
david coffin wrote:evol: if having a fat front wheel isn't a hard and fast requirement, i have an idea i'm gonna try with my scooter that currently uses cantilever brakes on the front:That's essentially what i'm doing for the brake set up, using the rear rim and mounting a disk instead of a sprocket. I found the fork lower from an ezip400 that already comes with the disk caliper mount. That should hopefully make the conversion easy and bolt on. Right now I have almost no brakes with the stock side pull set up. Hard to imagine but the drum brake on my E300 outperforms the ezip 450 set up.
the main difference (ezip 750, et al) between the front and rear wheel assemblies available on various scooter parts stores is this, the rears are threaded for brakes and drive sprocket on both sides. dimensionally, the fronts are the same, but no threading. i would take a rear wheel assembly, set it up with disc brakes using the threads, and leave the drive sprocket off and put the assembly on front forks. i'm also planning on buying the disc brake and rotor adapters that thread onto the currie wheels from tncscooters.com, and i should be able to eventually have dual disc brakes, one on front and one on rear, to really slow me down going downhills. i love my motor too much to want to over rev it downhill and wear out the bearings prematurely..
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