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Old 10-28-2009, 11:22 PM
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Default Re: Rear Sprocket on Disc Brake Wheel

Yah i would go with Bills idea unfortunetly i didint think that far ahead but instead just found a way to keep the chain on and its been working fine for me but i did have head aches with it, good job Bill thats a way cheaper alternative than the top hat sprocket that ive been trying to get my hands on for almost 2 months, i purchased a 50 tooth sprocket from some guy of ebay for 10 bucks but its designed for the top hat adapter, you guys think these bikes can haul threw snow if you put a good engine together (quality bearing, dellroto carb, and planning on putting a expansion chamber on it ) and a 50 toth sprocket that has to increase the torque i dont mind that ill b loosing top end its cold out anyways
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