This is the best that I have found:
Here's the battery and charger hole:
https://www.ebay.com/itm/48V-10-5Ah-Li- ... 3755181168
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How did you manage to convert the wheels bike?LAskooter213 wrote: ↑Fri Jul 12, 2019 2:41 amI use a Cycle Satiator variable voltage charger. I bought the 72 volt model. You can program the charging rate and the charging voltage or choose form their pre-programmed charging options. It charges the battery intelligently to maximize battery life. I discard a lot of the BMS units on my packs so I need a good charger to help keep my batteries healthy. This thing is versatile as fuck and although its a little expensive, think of what youll end up spending on 3 or 4 different chargers (that youll probably have to replace ). Its actually a very good value if you think about it. And it can charge batteries up FAST if you need it too. It says it charges from 36-103 volts but mine goes as low as 8 volts and as high as 96 volts. Ive never tird to charge at a higher voltage, but I bet it would do it. Easy to use and so far its been rock solid. I use it on my scooters, the supplemental and custom battery packs I create and my car batteries and even my lowriders' hydraulic battery systems. The thing does it all.
I just spliced generic connectors on the end of its wires and have a little collection of different charging fittings I can plug in when I need them. Works for me and I love the thing. It does it all.
A scooter charger will not charge a wheels bike battery. The scooter charger is 42v and the wheels battery pack requires 56v. Here’s a link to the charger.
You're right a scooter charger how can charge a wheel bike batteryKoolkidcharles wrote: ↑Tue Aug 13, 2019 2:37 pmA scooter charger will not charge a wheels bike battery. The scooter charger is 42v and the wheels battery pack requires 56v. Here’s a link to the charger.
https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre ... 3754400392
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