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Thread: Atc 70 xmas special replica

  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by big specht View Post
    Want size of e-Ton quad did those hubs come off of? I can't get that part number to come up
    Hey mate not too sure, I just bought them off a guy who told me that they fit.


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  2. #17
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    I tried to cross that number on there site and it said the number wasn't any good?
    If its on the internet its got to be true they can't put any lie's on the internet

  3. #18
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    Quote Originally Posted by big specht View Post
    I tried to cross that number on there site and it said the number wasn't any good?
    Hmm strange I'll pm you



    Also I've been getting bits plated...
    Here's some pics. I got the rear axle crush tubes and front wheel spacers some in matt black chrome. The original triple tree plate came up real good. Just ordered a heap of parts off partzilla so this thing will get a move on hopefully. 🤙🏼🤙🏼




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  4. #19
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    Rear wheels arrived today. Picking up the front wheel next Sunday. Then I'll order my Hoosiers.


    I also mocked up some test fitting.
    They are American pcd so I'll have to machine down another set of atc 70 hubs at work for them to fit. As my current hubs are metric/euro kart pcd.




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  5. #20
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    May 2017
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    So I've been busy machining the spacer for the rear disc. I bought some aluminium bar that I faced then bored on the lathe followed by drilling the holes on the mill. All fits nice just need to cut it to length once I've got the caliper mounted.

    Caliper is a front caliper off a cr80 '97 that I will be rebuilding. I'm aiming to avoid as much Chinese parts as possible.



    I didn't have any long bolts to properly attatch the caliper but it all lines up nicely. I just need to bore the spacer a fraction more to allow the axle crush tube to fit inside. That crush tube will need to be shortened because the hub used is wider than the stock drum.



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  6. #21
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    May 2017
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    Also engine is in. It's a Lifan 125 for now. Hoping to put a built 4 speed atc 70 engine in it eventually. 126cc bored and stroked kitaco or takegawa kit would be ideal


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  7. #22
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    May 2017
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    So quick update, I got my rear hubs electroplated in matt black plus the axle crush tubes. Front hub and axle spacers are the same. Hopefully I will have a roller within the next week...

    Still have to muck around with getting the caliper sorted but I'm off work for a couple months so I won't have access to a lathe unfortunatley. Hopefully the next time I post I will have a roller.

    Once that's happened I'll be dropping it off at my buddy's who did the frame stretch so he can make me an exhaust 🤙🏼

    From there it should just about be rideable after a little mucking around. Then I'll start my next 70 lol




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  8. #23
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    Why such a thick disc spacer?
    If its on the internet its got to be true they can't put any lie's on the internet

  9. #24
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    Quote Originally Posted by big specht View Post
    Why such a thick disc spacer?
    It's going to be approximately half that thickness if not thinner. This was the size of aluminium I was provided. Now I know all the holes are aligned and the right size I will be able to part it off to the correct size once I mount the caliper and have the correct measurement.


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  10. #25
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    May 2017
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    Atc 70 xmas special replica

    So my kart rims arrived today and I fitted my tyres then bolted the wheels on. It's looking pretty good. Hopefully I can get my front tyre within the next two weeks.

    I'm pretty motivated at the moment so hopefully it stays that way while my 250r resto mod is at a stand still.

    Yes I know I need to sort out the carb and tank fitment....









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  11. #26
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    So quick update, not much has happened but it is now a roller with my Hoosier front Tyre on a douglass 8 inch rim




    The custom stand I built for the front end made it nice and easy to fit the wheel.



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  12. #27
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    Looking good!

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  13. #28
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    Yea I like the frt Hoosier what size is it.
    If its on the internet its got to be true they can't put any lie's on the internet

  14. #29
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    Quote Originally Posted by big specht View Post
    Yea I like the frt Hoosier what size is it.
    Cheers mate

    15x7-8


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  15. #30
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    So I fished polishing the bar mounts tonight and mounted my bars. Itís looking badass yew!



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