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    Ninebot S

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  1. After almost a year of searching, the project has finally closed. I present the final product. If any one is interested in one hmu.
  2. No luck with this. Pretty hard finding a fabricator. If we could figure out a design I think I could convince someone..
  3. hey kristof, thank you for this. how would you account for the sway? by that I mean when accelerating the ninebot tilts forward and when stopping it titls backwards. would that not move any cargo as well?
  4. Hey, Thank you for sharing. Honestly, didnt think I would get a reply this quick. Love the ingenuity with the custom rig. I'm hoping to find a custom metal works shop that could do this for me. A few considerations that I would love to get thoughts/feedback on: 1. I looked at the m4m fender. At $179, it was quite pricy for tinkering around. I found the amazon ones fairly robust for the purpose they were serving. I figured I could build off those as they are also easily removable. 2. I was looking to maintain as much stock as possible. Replacing with m4m fenders would mean
  5. So I've been pursing a project and have had little to no luck. Basic idea is to build a trailer hitch for the ninebot S/miniPro to attach a bike trailer for my kid. The trailer itself is a Thule Cadence but I figure making something fairly universal may not be too difficult. The closest I have gotten is finding fenders for the scooter on Amazon (linked below) that somehow will connect to the trailer. Fenders: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07MB5G6G5/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Trailer: https://www.thule.com/en-us/bike-trailers/multisport-trailers/th
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