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#53950
Guys, newby here to forum and to scootin'. I live way up a long, rocky, dirt/gravel Forest Service road in the Idaho Rockies. I recently bought an E-move Cruiser from Voromotors. While its fun on the asphalt these tiny 10 inch wheels are way to small for any rough roads. Every small stone feels like a boulder. Why do not any of these electric scooters use 20 inch "fat tires" like we see on folding E-bikes? That would really make backroads much more fun. Comments?

By RonaldVog
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#53965
Im six feet tall and have found that most of the world isnt made for me. Do any of you guys have tall people tables that you just love?

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#54367
I totally agree with you about the small wheels on most electric scooters. They are the worst possible size for something that is already pretty sketchy in overall design. I haven't been able to find anything 20" that can use standard fat bike 4-5" wide tires but I do use a 16" wheel with 3" wide tires. These 16" hub motors are a cast design so it's all one piece unlike a ebike rim with spokes and the hub motor laced to the rim.
I have been looking for a high power hub motor that I can run motorcycle tires on and a company in china recently introduced something pretty close to what I'm looking for.
16" x 4 rim size capable of 144 volts outputting over 10k watts. Top speed is 97mph at 144vdc at about 60 amps.

I run all my current projects at 108v Or 26s

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