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#19772
AWESOME!! Thanks for taking the time effort to carry out this project and make a tutorial to share your knowledge. I have a working but well worn and unloved M365 and a “purple wheeled” Max at home that I’ve mostly taken apart and planned to use for parts, however I was discouraged after finding that the Max pole didn’t fit the M365 but I see now that the entire front wheel spindle can be removed and used! I’m at work so I’ll have to watch the second half of the video later but I am excited to make this mashup.

Will def be attempting, much appreciated!

#19773
AWESOME!! Thanks for taking the time effort to carry out this project and make a tutorial to share your knowledge. I have a working but well worn and unloved M365 and a “purple wheeled” Max at home that I’ve mostly taken apart and planned to use for parts, however I was discouraged after finding that the Max pole didn’t fit the M365 but I see now that the entire front wheel spindle can be removed and used! I’m at work so I’ll have to watch the second half of the video later but I am excited to make this mashup.

Will def be attempting, much appreciated!

#19777
I dont get it.
What was built in the video? A photoshopped version of some parts together? (see Min. 7:40)
The way to the proposed final product is not shown.

Obviously the guy in the video has no idea what he is doing. You never try to remove a bearing like that. Always as straight as possible, at best with an hydraulic press.

#19844
michi_gecko wrote:
Sat Feb 22, 2020 8:37 am
I dont get it.
What was built in the video? A photoshopped version of some parts together? (see Min. 7:40)
The way to the proposed final product is not shown.

Obviously the guy in the video has no idea what he is doing. You never try to remove a bearing like that. Always as straight as possible, at best with an hydraulic press.
Sorry, I figured the audience would be smart enough to figure it out with the info provided.

At no point in the video was any bearings removed.

Regardless your trippin if you think the g30 bearing has to be removed in some special way to prevent any damage.
I'll post some pictures of some bearings removed in the way shown so you can point out exactly what you mean.
Almost 1k miles on the converted m365, running perfectly. Please go hate somewhere else.

#19845
Bee-Rad wrote:
Fri Feb 21, 2020 4:27 pm
AWESOME!! Thanks for taking the time effort to carry out this project and make a tutorial to share your knowledge. I have a working but well worn and unloved M365 and a “purple wheeled” Max at home that I’ve mostly taken apart and planned to use for parts, however I was discouraged after finding that the Max pole didn’t fit the M365 but I see now that the entire front wheel spindle can be removed and used! I’m at work so I’ll have to watch the second half of the video later but I am excited to make this mashup.

Will def be attempting, much appreciated!
your very welcome To view images REGISTER or LOGIN for full access.
would love to see the results you come up with.


#21065
michi_gecko wrote:
Sat Feb 22, 2020 8:37 am
I dont get it.
What was built in the video? A photoshopped version of some parts together? (see Min. 7:40)
There is no point at all for the whole "guide" (as there is no point in wearing ski goggles when using a hammer)!

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