How to mount a weed whacker engine on a bike?
- To get started, you will only need a bike, a weed eater motor with a clutch, a tensioner, wheel sprocket, a welder, bike brake cables, and metal mounting straps. Once you have all these in place, follow the process below and get to mount your weed whacker engine on a bike.
Can you put a chainsaw motor on a bike?
The benefit of a motorized bicycle is that you don’t need to use pedals to go further, since you can use the chainsaw engine to propel the bike.
What can I do with an old weed wacker?
If you need to dispose of the weed eater, look for a recycling center that accepts them. If it is gas-powered, be sure the gas tank is empty before disposal.
Can you motorize any bike?
You can power virtually any kind of bike including recumbents, folders and mountain bikes. Ideally, adding a motor should not change the bike’s character or basic ride and handling. A top-quality engine with mounting kit goes for about $500 to $600.
How do I get rid of weed eater?
Take scrap metal to a private metal recycler through the Alberta Recycling Hotline or The Yellow Pages under Metal Recycling. Some private companies may buy scrap metal, charge a fee or accept items for free. Take scrap metal to any City landfill Throw ‘n’ Go for recycling.
How do I dispose of an old gas trimmer?
Check with the local lawn mower repair places. They usually have a tank that they will pour it into, and dispose of the trimmer the right way, due to it is still considered contamination, even with the gas mix drained. Any place that recycles oil will take the mix since it is such a small amount.