Front Motor Mount Stud Bolt

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Description

Designed to provide a durable and secure solution to your mounting your engine, the 2-Stroke Front Motor Mount Stud is a crucial component in any 2-Stroke motorized bike. Featuring an 6mm diameter, this part is installed to the front of the engines crankcase and comes into contact with your mounting bracket. The result is a hardware component that is able to withstand the stress of your engine without failure. Installation is simple, all you need to do is remove your existing front motor mount stud, and thread your new part in. So, whether you are replacing a damaged part or are looking to upgrade to a more secure piece of hardware, then you need the 2-Stroke Front Motor Mount Stud for the reliability you need and quality you deserve. Designed to provide a durable and secure solution to your mounting your engine, the 2-Stroke Front Motor Mount Stud is a crucial component in any 2-Stroke motorized bike. Featuring an 6mm diameter, this part is installed to the front of the engine's crankcase and comes into contact with your mounting bracket. The result is a hardware component that is able to withstand the stress of your engine without failure. Installation is simple, all you need to do is remove your existing front motor mount stud, and thread your new part in. So, whether you are replacing a damaged part or are looking to upgrade to a more secure piece of hardware, then you need the 2-Stroke Front Motor Mount Stud for the reliability you need and quality you deserve.

Part #16 on the Crankcase Diagram

Package includes

Front 6MM Motor Mount Stud Bolt

Part Number (See Parts Manual): 2-37

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David

66 80cc motor on 1950's bicycles I've had a very hard time fitting these 80 cc (66cc) motors to vintage. Bicycles. The screws that come with the motor are garbage so do urself a favor and buy some high end stainless ones used for cars, maybe even drill the motor out to 7 -8mm screw holes or ur risking ur motor snapping off the frame and leaving u stranded with a locked up back wheel, and a nice welt on your left leg. I'm just experimenting with what works and for how long check out the progress on Instagram or Google no spaces LOOPEDVINTAGECYCLES

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