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Found 16 results

  1. Roue Libre

    Trolley handle

    Hi all, I have a Ninebot One E+, and I think it would be nice having a trolley handle. But in a shop they told me there are issues with current trolley handle, and Ninebot is apparently working on a new trolley handle for this device ? Do you have informations about this ? How do you do when you go shopping ? Do you continue riding the device in the mall ? Or do you keep it by hand ? 14kg, it's quite heavy for me Kind reards
  2. EU_Newbie

    Gotway ACM Trolley Handle - Installed

    Thought I would share my handle install with the forum in case it is helpful. Bought it on eBay and can be mounted to front or the rear. I chose the rear just for ergonomics/appearance. Works/fits fine with the power port. Makes it also easy to wheel around if powered up, just by applying slight pressure front/back. Basically drives itself, as you'd expect. For the install, you will need to bend the steel plate that goes over the lower part of the wheel, as shown. It comes as a 100% straight piece. With this slight angle at center, it creates a flush fit. To install, you'll need to pre-drill the holes at top and bottom. I do like that this steel plate makes the junction of the two shell pieces stronger when attached. Note also that the top will also require pre-drilling with the same bit to be able to put the screw through it - it is hard plastic and was not fully pre-drilled. It was quick and easy to install. And so far, so good. The looks are certainly cleaner without it, but for function in commuting to/from platforms, very short distances, it is worth the tradeoff - the ACM is a ton of bricks to lug around. Hopefully this is of use if you're considering it.
  3. Hi Guys, It made me mad to see a 1-2$ handle bar on sale for 50$. So i have implemented my own solution for inmotion v5f unicycle. I have bought a simple wheel carrier paying only 10$. I removed its handle and tied it with plastic clamps as you can see in the pictures. It perfectly fitted to my inmotion v5f! I am really happy about the solution: fast and effective.
  4. houseofjob

    MTen3 Trolley Handle

    Not too bad, better than I thought: KS-14C style, pedal-hex-bolt + zip-tie MTen3 handle solution, purchased off eBay from xiaoq-cn (edit: MTen3 Trolley via Green & Fashion Traveling Shop / AliExpress > Last Option). Plus the handle is extra long; just a tad longer than I need, nice!
  5. Robert Hoffmann

    Good trolley suggestion ?

    I just hit some stairs with the original trolley, and the solder joints gave away and ripped part of the metal too ^^ Anyone have a suggestion for a good, solid, and non flimsy trolley ?
  6. DeeKay

    Kingsong KS 18A

    Can anyone let me know where I can obtain a trolley for My Kingsong KS18A which is the right size. I saw on bang goods site one that is only 35 cm; Obviously this would be too small. Is there any for this model or would I have to have one made specially for it. Thanks!
  7. Hi! For reasons, I had to do some disassembly of the trolley bar from the KS-16. When I was about to put it back, I could for my life not tighten the screw that is positioned against the bottom of the trolley bar (I only did this on one side, have not touched the other bar). I pushed the screw very hard while trying to tighten but it was just rotating on and on without ever attach to anyhting. I even caused a small crack in the plastic around because of the force. The thing is that there are a couple of washers on this screw. three I guess, or perhaps even four? And I removed those washers and tried to tighten the screw anyway. That went very well. Since I am a complete loser in regards to mechanical stuff, I have no idea how bad it is to leave these washers out, or if it is bad at all? As far as I could conclude, this screw is only used to keep the bar more stable in position? Not that it would get loose without it, since it is also fastened into place with the help of a metal disc. Anyway, the screw I am referring to is the one pictured in the attached screenshot.
  8. Roue Libre

    GotWay trolley on ACM 16

    Hi folks ! I am wondering about the quality of the ACM 16 trolley handle. Does it keep long term, doesn't detach after a while ? Is it handy ? I find a bit strange that you have to dig holes in the shell to fix the trolley. The MSuper v3 has a built in trolley. Is it a reason to prefer MSuper v3 over ACM or is the ACM trolley as good ? Thanks for your opinions
  9. Óscar Ramos Melero

    TG T3 TRolley

    Hello! I need a trolley for my TG T3. I only found on Banggood and it´s sold out. Where can found it? Can somebody help me? Thank you
  10. Chrisjones

    How to install a trolley on MCM4 HS?

    How to install the trolley on MCM4 HS? anyone can point out a good YT video showing that? Thanks in advance!
  11. bumblebee

    A cover or jacket?

    I currently have a broken trolley handle for my NB and find it very useful--so much that I'm waiting on a replacement. Since I am trying to use it to commute, I like the ability to hop off, walk it for a short distance in crowded/not-so-safe-for-me-to-ride place, and then hop back on for a bit. But I've been thinking what I'd really like is some kind of sleeve, jacket, or cover that I could slip on over the handle and the wheel so the handle would stick out and then I could just trolley the wheel about and have it look like a small wheeled suitcase or backpack (and not attract so much attention, especially to take it on a train or bus). Has anyone found some ready-to-buy item that would work for this purpose? I know there is that IPS backpack that has its own handle, but since I want to be able to use the trolley handle for this sort of quick-hop-off thing, I'd really just like some plain black cover that would have a hole for the trolley handle and obviously a hole at the bottom so the wheel could roll along. If no one has any suggestions I was thinking of taking some measurements and seeing if someone on Etsy could put one together for me.
  12. This is a screen grab from the video link below...at 6:00 min mark. I think it's a clever implementation ( like a tail to the cow). What do you all think? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PJ47OyOVtmM&list=PLSG3M-65j5Dz2J9uw7ryP1jU8XEUkyoDL&sns=em
  13. Wondering if any 9 Botters experienced the crash while they had the trolley handle on the wheel. I plan to buy one but because of the protruding design I'm hesitant to buy... Do you think it is likely to survive in the crash?
  14. I was looking at the standard handle that you can buy for the ninebot and although I could see that it would work ok I hated that look of it. I also thought that the way it pertruded from the ninebot it not only spoiled the nice lines of the ninebot but would no doubt get in the way when mounting and dismounting the ninebot especially during unscheduled dismounts (crashes). What I really wanted was the ninebot factory to have realised that due the the ninebot being a heavy weight, to design a handle that can be used a carry handle and a trolling handle. Anyway they didn't so I have had a go at constructing one myself. STEP 1 - find a ready made handle the collapses or folds away that can be adapted to fix to the ninebot STEP 2 - try out different combinations for strength and operability STEP 3 - publish results with a hope that others will be inspired to try this or other ways to make a neater version and show me how it's done. This shows the handle attachment in the closed position, demonstrating that the ninebots profile is not spoiled. Here you can see how the handle fits into the slot round the ninebot.H Here you can see the handle hinges up and then secured with a thumb screw. As I used a gopro selfie stick as the Donor device for the handle there is the added dual purpose bonus of a mount point for a gopro on top of the handle and I guess you could even use the one at the end of the handle too. For experimental purposes I just cable tied the device to the existing ninebot handle and used some foam and insulating tape to cover the cable ties. ( this could be made to look much better with proper tennis racket tape) I am 5'11" and standing straight and I can reach the handle easily without stooping. The gopro handle is just plastic so it's not a rock solid as it could be if it was metal but it trollies around ok. the donor handle is a KINGMA MONOPOD from eBay £13 and the end handle piece is from a tent peg remover tool from pound land. thoughts please!?
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