Factory directly sale Disk Brake Electric Tricycle for Disabled or Old People (TC-022A) for South Africa Factory
Factory directly sale Disk Brake Electric Tricycle for Disabled or Old People (TC-022A) for South Africa Factory Detail:
|Motor||brushless hub motor 500W/700W|
|Battery||48V20AH/60V20AH sealed lead-acid battery All battery with electric protection circuit|
|Controller||500W Brushless controller|
|Charging time||8-10 hours|
|Performance & Main components|
|Range||70km(distance by riders weight,terrain,road sufurface etc.)|
|Product colour||customer’s request|
|Front brake||drum brake|
|Front fork||hydraulic pressure|
|Rear brake||drum brake|
|Climbing angle||<= 25°|
|Throttle||Twist intelligent speed control|
|With 3 different kinds of max speed (1speed:9km/h,2speed:15km/h,3speed:25km/h)|
|Unit packaging||Each in a carton Box|
|Qty / Export carton||1 pc /ctn|
|Export carton dimension||140X77X73CM|
|1×20′footer FCL quantity||36pcs|
|1×40′footer FCL quantity||72pcs|
|Rear Storage box||+17.5USD|
The price above are based on FOB Ningbo(Zhejiang Province,China).
The quotation is valid within 15 days, we reserve the right to modify the prices if needed.
The prices above are for your reference only, it is subject to our final confirmation.
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