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    I asked once before but now im back for something good.

    Ok i have the same job still and its becoming a big hassle to travel now as i stillcant drive
    but now my shin splints are flaring up daily so i am looking for a ebike kit

    this time im looking for 1 within a price range of $1-$499 still cheaper the better as i need to go at most! 6-7 miles and then i can charge it

    It cant be gas as they arent legal on the road i guess.

    Can someone help recomend a good kit?

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    That is a pretty low budget but what about one of these?
    eZip Trailz E-bike is now only $750 with a lithium battery | ELECTRICBIKE.COM

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    $750 is alot of money for me to spend only cause i still make 200-400 a month if that

    So i am looking to spend little but still have access to going a little distance
    im not looking to go 60+ either
    anything thats 10-30 is fine

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    The Dillenger Cheetah is at the limit of your price range, but seems OK, or you could take a chance on the E-Grumma on Amazon for whatever they're selling for now (usually $280 or so).

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    Dillenger cheetah sounds ok il look into that 1
    as far as E-Grumma i couldnt find anything like that on amazon

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    Sorry, try ebay for the E-Grumma.

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