Is it possible to use a non electric snowbike kit with a mid-drive ebike?

Is it possible to use a non electric snowbike kit with a mid-drive ebike?

It's going to be difficult to match a 125mm wide track with an existing mid-drive due to little chain off-set. For regular bicycle conversion ENVO have the option to replace the crank axle with a longer one, but for mid drive motor it's generally not doable unless you have a 120mm BBS mid-drive.
You may be able to use existing battery as it is capable of 48V and 30A output.


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