Gngelectric supply inexpensive electric bike kits system which allow you
 to convert your own conventional bike into a battery-powered electric bicycle.


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Reply Xpert1
10:45 AM on January 28, 2013 
Thank you so much for your help and the link. I have measured the BB width and it appears to be just about 2 3/4" so it's likely that a 68mm will work. Using the GNG mid 2nd gen kit, would you recommend the 36V or 48V kit and what about the battery and charger? I've heard that purchasing LiFePo4 from China has drawbacks if problems come up requiring returns. Do you have any recommendations for the battery purchase? I really appreciate your help.
Reply Xpert1
2:45 PM on January 27, 2013 
You appear to be someone with vast knowledge and so I will ask for your advice. I am 64 yrs old and recently purchased a stretch cruiser (single speed, coaster brake) I would like to know if the GNG mid mount kit will work on this bike. I have so far asked many businesses and individuals and nobody seems capable of answering. I live in Pueblo West, Colorado and would like to get some help pedaling and since the front springer restricts front hubs and rear hubs not suited for 68 spoke wheels, I'm looking at mid mount but not sure if my BB is 68mm. Plus if the single speed setup will work. Do you know? What will I need ? Thank you for your input..