JTT TRI RAD

by Maize Diffley
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TRI RAD! Built for JTT. Made it all the way to Washington Island. RS50 front end. Stock A55 bottom end. Does high 30's low 40's. Lots of little things like a USB charging port in the headlight. During JTT it spin the main gear off the shaft. I did a rebuild with a new main gear and its back to blasting!

BUILD DETAILS

MOPED
1978 Puch Tri Rad
carburetion

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Maize Diffley: The forks are from a Aprilia rs 50. They are kind of rare in the US, but you can get them on EU Ebay quite often. They are almost a direct swap. You just need to swap the bottom bearing race and bearings.


Patrick Kamikazze Edward Foley Rodriguez The 2nd 1/2 : Can you tell me more about that front rim&brake setup?


WillD: rad. rad. rad.