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x22 pocket bike help neede

hey guys, I need to find front fairings for my x22 pocket bike I cant seem to find any. Also which one is better x18 x18 or x22
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sorry i meant x18, x19 or x22
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Re: x22 pocket bike help neede

Most people seem to like the X-18 the most, but I don't have tons of experience with the 4-stroke mid-bikes.

Here is a link to the main body fairings, which parts are you looking for? or a whole body is needed?

X-18 main body fairings from ebay slightly used

X-18 gas tank fairing on ebay

X-18 seat fairing on ebay

I hope it helps!

Shoot, I just noticed you need x-22 parts. I'll keep looking for you.

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Re: x22 pocket bike help neede

thanks very much nasa. I have a few of the midbikes for sale i have a 110cc x7 I only spent 235 dollars on it all together including new parts. I just got a x18 for 150 and am getting a x22 for 135 dollars tommorow. Check out my add on craigslist for my pocket bike. And i really appreciate you showing me where the parts are. Thanks in advance. Heres the link for my pocket bike http://portland.craigslist.org/clc/for/4779501059.html
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Re: x22 pocket bike help neede

You should retrofit x7 fairings to the x22. That's my plan with my x15
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would it require welding
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The X18 is the lightest and best over all super pocket bike, I would not buy an X22, the're the worst of the X bikes and have rims the can break off at the hub.

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would it require welding
To do it properly, mounting tabs would need to be relocated, yes. However, I'm sure you could make new holes in the plastic to the current mounting locations, with a couple extra steps probably.

I will be rewelding my mounting tabs personally
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You can use Stanley Galv. flat bar shelf brackets, attach them where the x22 body mounts and move the flat bar pieces around to fit the X7 body mounts or any body, X15 or what ever.

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You can use Stanley Galv. flat bar shelf brackets, attach them where the x22 body mounts and move the flat bar pieces around to fit the X7 body mounts or any body, X15 or what ever.
Even better. Nice one epr
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There are tons of stuff in a big hardware store that you can use from metric nuts & bolts, and stuff you can modify to fit your bike.
On my Lucky 7, the exhaust frame bracket mount and the rear axle brake caliper bracket & brace were made from big Stanley gate hinges from an $8 set of hinges, and still a lot left for other brackets and stuff.
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