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Making sure your wheels measure up

By Iris 1 years ago

The final part of purchasing an electric bike kit is to choose the correct rim size for your bike. This is a reasonably straightforward exercise as it is written on the sidewall of your existing tyres. Though there are a few caveats, you should know about as some tyre sizes are an odd measurement, but are compatible with the one rim size.

First, if your tyre says either 650b or 27.5” they will fit on the same rim size. Second, if your tyre reads 700C, 29er or 28” they will all fit perfectly on a 700C-sized rim. The only thing you will need to be positive about is if your current bike tyres are a 29er, they can sometimes have wider rims and hubs. Read this article about checking your bikes measurements.

How do I know if an electric bike kit will fit my bike?

By Iris 1 years ago

There are many different types of bikes on the market, this makes it difficult sometimes to work out if one of our electric bike kits will be a good fit or not. We hope that this will help you with the major points to look out for, making it an easy choice.

We have designed our kits to fit as broad a range of bikes as possible, and by checking a couple of measurements, you can be positive of a good fit.

First, the axle slot width. These are standard with the majority of bikes coming with a 10mm width. This is where the motor axle will fit in; if your bike measures up at approximately 10mm then you are ok for this measurement.

Front axle dropout widths for electric bike kit fitting

Next is the dropout width.

This requirement will differ based on whether you opt for a front or rear motor. First the front motor. The width of the dropout should be approximately 100mm, if it is out by +/- 5mm that is ok.

Front fork dropout width for ebike motor fitting

For a rear motor, you will need 135mm width between dropouts, +/- 5mm.

rear dropout width for ebike kit fitting

Next you will want to check your wheel size, read more about that here.

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Joe's 350W Kit Installation

By Joe 2 years ago

I chose the Dillenger 350W - 8Ah Electric Bike Kit as the best for me, trading off a bit of range against less weight and cost. The kit set me back $549USD, with free shipping included. Delivery was prompt and without incident. The packaging is excellent.

750W Bafang mid drive installation

By Scotty 2 years ago

This blog post takes us to the story of Vik and his e-bike conversion, Vik is a great mate of mine and had a go on my own ebikes, which convinced him to do this conversion. First up, I’ll be straight with you and say this conversion is illegal to ride on road. It’s a 750 watt mid drive Bafang 8fun unit, which according to the laws in Australia is illegal other than for "off road" riding. This means that you can’t ride on bike paths or roads with this setup. That said, there are many enthusiasts who are riding over powered electric bikes responsibly in the community.

My Experience Installing and Riding the Dillenger 250W Electric Bike Kit

By Scotty 3 years ago

Sure, you can possibly fit your bike out with a basic 250w kit for less but I wanted reputation and service, from a local company, and in that regard I couldn't beat Dillenger’s basic 250w front hub kit.

Posts tagged 'Installation'

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Making sure your wheels measure up

By Iris 1 years ago

The final part of purchasing an electric bike kit is to choose the correct rim size for your bike. This is a reasonably straightforward exercise as it is written on the sidewall of your existing tyres. Though there are a few caveats, you should know about as some tyre sizes are an odd measurement, but are compatible with the one rim size.

First, if your tyre says either 650b or 27.5” they will fit on the same rim size. Second, if your tyre reads 700C, 29er or 28” they will all fit perfectly on a 700C-sized rim. The only thing you will need to be positive about is if your current bike tyres are a 29er, they can sometimes have wider rims and hubs. Read this article about checking your bikes measurements.

How do I know if an electric bike kit will fit my bike?

By Iris 1 years ago

There are many different types of bikes on the market, this makes it difficult sometimes to work out if one of our electric bike kits will be a good fit or not. We hope that this will help you with the major points to look out for, making it an easy choice.

We have designed our kits to fit as broad a range of bikes as possible, and by checking a couple of measurements, you can be positive of a good fit.

First, the axle slot width. These are standard with the majority of bikes coming with a 10mm width. This is where the motor axle will fit in; if your bike measures up at approximately 10mm then you are ok for this measurement.

Front axle dropout widths for electric bike kit fitting

Next is the dropout width.

This requirement will differ based on whether you opt for a front or rear motor. First the front motor. The width of the dropout should be approximately 100mm, if it is out by +/- 5mm that is ok.

Front fork dropout width for ebike motor fitting

For a rear motor, you will need 135mm width between dropouts, +/- 5mm.

rear dropout width for ebike kit fitting

Next you will want to check your wheel size, read more about that here.

Joe's 350W Kit Installation

By Joe 2 years ago

I chose the Dillenger 350W - 8Ah Electric Bike Kit as the best for me, trading off a bit of range against less weight and cost. The kit set me back $549USD, with free shipping included. Delivery was prompt and without incident. The packaging is excellent.

750W Bafang mid drive installation

By Scotty 2 years ago

This blog post takes us to the story of Vik and his e-bike conversion, Vik is a great mate of mine and had a go on my own ebikes, which convinced him to do this conversion. First up, I’ll be straight with you and say this conversion is illegal to ride on road. It’s a 750 watt mid drive Bafang 8fun unit, which according to the laws in Australia is illegal other than for "off road" riding. This means that you can’t ride on bike paths or roads with this setup. That said, there are many enthusiasts who are riding over powered electric bikes responsibly in the community.

My Experience Installing and Riding the Dillenger 250W Electric Bike Kit

By Scotty 3 years ago

Sure, you can possibly fit your bike out with a basic 250w kit for less but I wanted reputation and service, from a local company, and in that regard I couldn't beat Dillenger’s basic 250w front hub kit.

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