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Re: 636, 646 Wheel Hub Adapter

Postby sacharlie » 28 May 2018, 20:42

hobie1dog wrote:Looking something like this when you are done:
https://wheeladaptersusa.com/collection ... 2x1-5-25mm


They might sell more of those spacers/adapters if they also sold hubs.
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Re: 636, 646 Wheel Hub Adapter

Postby Burgerman » 28 May 2018, 23:34

But they are already made, and already on each car. Thats what those adapters/spacers do. They bolt to that hub. E.G. my van has a 114.3 pcd 5 stud hub/wheel.
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Re: 636, 646 Wheel Hub Adapter

Postby ex-Gooserider » 29 May 2018, 00:45

Our shop at the Asylum has CNC mills that can do inch or mm - no problem... 2-D is a no brainer, 3D is a bit more of a challenge, but not impossible...

I have a lot of demand on my time right now, due to the Wheelchair Hover-Board project, but if I have a print I can probably turn out basic parts pretty readily...

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Re: 636, 646 Wheel Hub Adapter

Postby Swan T.W. » 29 May 2018, 18:09

Swan T.W. wrote:Will in Mississippi can make them.
WilliamClark77 visits this site sometimes.Look at his posts on building his chair parts.
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Re: 636, 646 Wheel Hub Adapter

Postby shirley_hkg » 02 Jun 2018, 04:27

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Re: 636, 646 Wheel Hub Adapter

Postby elryko1992 » 02 Jun 2018, 09:39

Is two pole motors. Is Quickie 636 or 646? I have one 646 with 4 pole like this motors 6mph, and now is to powder coating CANDY RED :D i waiting to see it. :dance
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Re: 636, 646 Wheel Hub Adapter

Postby shirley_hkg » 02 Jun 2018, 09:49

Chair width @3.00-10 tubeless is within a 2 X 2 floor tile .
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Re: 636, 646 Wheel Hub Adapter

Postby expresso » 02 Jun 2018, 15:35

shirley_hkg wrote:drunk2



that should be the same motor i have - mines is 4 pole 8.5 but dosnt matter - its the same outside - and my tires now are that close also - stock rims - 3.50 x 8 tire i am using
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Re: 636, 646 Wheel Hub Adapter

Postby expresso » 02 Jun 2018, 15:37

shirley_hkg wrote: Chair width @3.00-10 tubeless is within a 2 X 2 floor tile .



thats with stock size tires - the quickie chair is a bit wider stock at 25.5 inches - when i added the 3.50 x 8 tires - its about 26.5 i measured - but at least 26 inches it is for sure -

your hub and 2.75 inch rim with the same 3.50 x 8 tire i have now - would end up 26.5 inches also ?
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Re: 636, 646 Wheel Hub Adapter

Postby hobie1dog » 04 Jun 2018, 03:48

Expresso- with the Quickie, there is only one way to go when you want a wider tire, and that is adding width. There is no room to go inward as that space has already been taken up. The stock tire and wheel is about as close to the motor as they could be. So any wider of a tire means adding width to the chair as you already know. All my doorways are 32 inches wide, but where I notice my problems are retail stores, as they keep trying to add more merchandise into the existing space, squeezing the aisles down every year.
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Re: 636, 646 Wheel Hub Adapter

Postby expresso » 04 Jun 2018, 16:24

hobie1dog wrote:Expresso- with the Quickie, there is only one way to go when you want a wider tire, and that is adding width. There is no room to go inward as that space has already been taken up. The stock tire and wheel is about as close to the motor as they could be. So any wider of a tire means adding width to the chair as you already know. All my doorways are 32 inches wide, but where I notice my problems are retail stores, as they keep trying to add more merchandise into the existing space, squeezing the aisles down every year.



yeah your right - no matter how it gets done - it will add width one way or another - my tire now is so close - i am even surprised its not touching my motor - thats how close it is - i think this was the reason i didnt pursue this before - i forgot - i am Ok with this width 26.5 now - which is wider than stock -

i was so used to my P222 chair - that about 24.5 wide - then got the 646 and i felt it right away - now with the 3.50 tires - even more - but got used to it and feels fine - looks fine from behind also - - i dont want to go back to 300 x 8 tire size now - maybe its best i leave things alone then - it works fine - i have spare rims also

i dont want to bite off more than i can chew - the thing is i dont really want a wider tire than what i have now - i just wanted to try a wider rim to make full use of the tire i have now - meaning to stretch the tire a bit more - either way that means a wider rim and adding width even with the same tire size - i guess i quite while i am ahead with the tire rim thing -

its an improvement already - very limited with tire sizes 3.50 x 8 is it - what ever you can find in that size is the Max you can fit on the stock rim and not hit the motor
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Re: 636, 646 Wheel Hub Adapter

Postby hobie1dog » 11 Jun 2018, 04:58

Another tubeless tire in the 3.50-8 size is the Michelin S-83 for 28.00. It is a bias ply tire and has an OD of 17.2 inches. Another site said it was tubetype, but this site said it was tubeless
https://www.bikebandit.com/tires-tubes/ ... Z0EALw_wcB
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Re: 636, 646 Wheel Hub Adapter

Postby woodygb » 11 Jun 2018, 07:55

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Re: 636, 646 Wheel Hub Adapter

Postby Burgerman » 11 Jun 2018, 10:52

Also, 3.50 + 8 + 3.50 = 15 diameter. Not sure where 17.2 came from?
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Re: 636, 646 Wheel Hub Adapter

Postby expresso » 11 Jun 2018, 15:44

hobie1dog wrote:Another tubeless tire in the 3.50-8 size is the Michelin S-83 for 28.00. It is a bias ply tire and has an OD of 17.2 inches. Another site said it was tubetype, but this site said it was tubeless
https://www.bikebandit.com/tires-tubes/ ... Z0EALw_wcB



i seen that before - i dont like how it looks actually - the best tire i found that looks nice is the one i am using now - it is about double that cost - but cant complain - its a strong tire - so far so good - i dont even think about it - Flats that is - so far - i was nervous at first but didnt take long to forget about it - it would take alot to punch a hole thru it - i hate to think about it and dont like to talk about it too much :D

i have spare rims - but dont have spare tires for them - i didnt feel the need to get them after feeling how strong these are - should last many years - going on my 2nd this summer -

and they raise the rear up a bit - so with larger front tires - it may help - to even the chair out -
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Re: 636, 646 Wheel Hub Adapter

Postby hobie1dog » 13 Jun 2018, 22:59

Yep, I need to put some rear tires on that would be closer to 16 inches, I remember John listing the OD of one tire that was 15.8, maybe it was a 110/80-8

I liked the 10x3.5 inch wide wheels he used on the BM2 chair,
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