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By rdeoalves
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#8130
Hey guys, i've been thinking about hooking up a suspension on the scooter. I've only found few things about this on the web, only in russian or french. Does anyone here ever seen something like that?


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By surveyorandrew
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I have no experience in this but that would be bad ass! Especially if you hooked up a Bird zero motor or made it all wheel drive.

Definitely do this and keep us posted on your progress!

By rdeoalves
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#8196
My (dream) plan is to hook up two motor wheels on the front – to add more stability and hopefully be able to drive with only one hand when necessary – and add one of this suspensions kit. I don't have any required knowledge for this, but hopefully I'll find time, money and will to do it hahah

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By TJSplash
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Where did you find this? I would love to pick up a suspension like this because I switched over to using the zero Wheels

By CrazyDante
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TJSplash wrote:
Thu May 23, 2019 12:14 pm
Where did you find this? I would love to pick up a suspension like this because I switched over to using the zero Wheels
Hi, where did you find the zero wheels?

By mikewax
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#12170
i googled on of those images (the one with the leaf spring) and found a russian webpage. I clicked on translate and nobody seems to know where it came from. i tried googling around but couldn't find any mini leaf springs.

By NomadMech
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#12176
The company name is right on it. They are a small Russian company and are very hard to find from US servers. It is possible with search terms "m365 ferry". To the folks who think that you have to have a harsh ride to get "Zero power", keep doing your research. Let's just say riding anything other than pneumatic tires for me these days equates in a short ride. I gotten spoiled. Bear in mind these parts on all of these scoots are made to be at least somewhat interchangeable. Anyone can slap a wheel off of one onto another, that's simple. I don't quite know what advice to give other than, for myself, it all stems from a "never satisfied" attitude which I realize can't be instilled. Either you are or aren't that kind of person, but I literally will be thinking of flaws and their improvements while on an intial test ride of a concept and execution that took over 2 weeks to build. When that's your m.o. and you've got more than a few years of fab under your belt, the sky(and time mainly) is the limit.

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