- Sun Jul 09, 2017 6:52 am
Has key ignition, welded a bracket for the 2 rear batteries in the back next to the motor and made another one to raise the seat to hide the other two batteries. It has 4 12 volt 18 ah batteries does around 20 and can ride for a few hours plenty of juice! Also decided to start retreading tires. Better grip quieter and last longer then the original compound! Im 6'3" and 220lbs the only downfall I had was the stock axle ( very weak). With the new axle, it was designed to be a solid axle no slip. I was able to convert it back to a 1 wheel drive for easy turning by replacing the bearings on the left wheel which do not fit the new axle with bushings and a little grease.