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  • FastEddie
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    Can someone share the dimensions between these two points (shown in picture) under the seat area. I'm trying to determine if I'll be able to find a child seat that can mount in this location such as the Thule Yepp Nexxt2 Maxi Frame-Mount Child Bike Seat. Or another make that would potentially mount to the frame this way. it's the triangle area above the pedals. Thanks in advance.

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  • Applied8728
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    I'm sure this was talked about already but I cannot find a way to search through the 11 pages of this topic. I'm looking for compatible storage mounts for this bike.

    I saw this one mentioned https://www.bikebling.com/Blackburn-...16-7044592.htm

    I was wondering if the ones listed below would work with the Luna eclipse?










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  • Neverlost99
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    So after 1500 miles the only thing that I hate is the horrible PAS programming.
    1 does nothing
    2 only ok with fill nattery
    3 clown pedal
    4!5 u less u less climbing
    I think this bike is best as a throttle only, which wasn’t the plan.

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  • paxtana
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    It has a hubmotor so that wheel is fairly heavy. The basics are to disconnect the motor cable, remove the nuts and other small pieces that go on there (take a pic before doing this so you can put it back same way later) and remove the wheel. Then remove the tire using tire spoons, this is likely to be not fun so if you can it might be preferable to find an ebike friendly shop and bring them the wheel, have them swap the tube and put the tire back on, cost should be something like fifty bucks or less. If you can't find a shop I would look up how to use tire spoons on youtube

  • Bard
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    Hey again, everyone! I've been loving the bike, but I unfortunately need to replace my rear tube after a recent incident. Is there already a guide out there for this process? If not, could someone let me know what tools (and dimensions) I need and what all needs to be undone/redone to remove the rear wheel and put it back? The engineering is a bit more sophisticated than what I'm used to dealing with. Anyhow, I would greatly appreciate the help!

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  • craigtx
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    Can someone explain to me how to mount the front caliper? I've taken it off and am not sure how the washers go back onto the mounting bracket. A picture would be much appreciated showing the order of the washers and spacers. Thanks!

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  • Retrorockit
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    A lot of us run Stan's Notubes tubeless tire sealant inside the tubes. Schwalbe is offering this now so it's a proven concept. I don't think ant of the thicker tubes actually do much of anything. In my area the shops stopped carrying Stan's and switched to Orange Seal. But The Slime brand sealant is not very good.
    A flat early on can be from a pinched tube when the tire was installed. If there is a hole someplace other than the tread area that's probably what happened.
    Last edited by Retrorockit; 08-04-2023, 05:26 AM.

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  • Fanther5150
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    Any suggestions for tube manufacturer replacement? I put 100 miles on my eclipse and already have a flat.

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  • Opie
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    Originally posted by kasunart View Post

    Opie, not sure if you've figured it out since it's been a month, but I bet your clunking noise is the battery being slightly loose in the frame (it was the source of the clunking noise for me). I took the battery out and put some stick on rubber strips/bumper pad sort of things on the bottom and ends, enough it would fit snuggly while still sliding in. Worked like a charm and no clunking noises since.
    - Thank you, Kasunart. You were correct. I put a few small pieces of stick-on sound deadening on the battery (leftover from another project). Problem appears to be solved.

    - Other upgrades: Swapped out the saddle. The ride is now smooth-as.

    - Added a rack and a bag. Note: Do not order anything from Bike Bling. I wasted a full-month waiting for them to ship a product advertised on their website, and eventually gave up. Trying to get them to cancel the order was also difficult, unnecessarily so.

    - Need some more lights and a bell, but that's about it. It also can make it halfway from town (1,000' elevation climb), but I haven't tried the full distance yet. The grade is not an issue. Not sure if the battery has enough juice for the full ride....

    - I'm curious about the 2nd battery install, mounted on the underside of the frame. Would be nice, so I'll think about it.


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  • paxtana
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    There's a ton of 20x4 rims on aliexpress but if you are looking for specific suggestions you might try asking our technician by emailing support@lunacycle.com

  • NAyVQ8%q
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    It's the back tire I found a place that says they can install the bafang but they don't know how to source a new rim.

  • paxtana
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    Any 20x4 tire would work, as would pretty much any 20x4 rim. Usually you would have a bike shop lace it up.

  • NAyVQ8%q
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    I loved this bike while it worked but when I first got it I went to a bike shop and they told me that there was a defect with the tire that caused it to not be round. They pointed out where the defect was and I reached out via email but I was told it was not a defect at all. Sure enough, about a year later the rim of the tire cracked in the exact spot where the defect was pointed outand now I am in a situation where I need to figure out how to replace the back tire/rim...

    Does anyone know how I can get a replacement tire? The motor still works fine but I have no idea how to get a compatible rim/tire and how to get the hub motor mounted to that rim... Does anyone know a viable option for replacement tire that will work with the motor?

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  • paxtana
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    Hmm if the cabling is intact it could be the pas sensor. Does throttle still work?
    If you have not already please email support@lunacycle.com your order# and description

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