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Old 11-21-04, 05:05 PM   #1
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battery mount for a ez3 usx

i have a ex3 usx i installed a hub motor problem is finding racks to hold 3 20 amp hour will be my winter project to get the batterys mounted as low as possible to keep my center of gravity low.i have a basket made for the bike,but i think it was designed primarly to haul a loaf of bread.i am currently using some 12 amp hour batterys i have mounted on the rear but am not happy with the way the weight is distrubited,,,battery pack is low but extends behind the rear wheels causing my front wheel to have less weight on it than it a result my wheel spins.

if anyone has any ideas,short of me growing some new legs so i wouldn't need a electric motor let me know


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