Originally Posted by darrick
Im looking to buy a 26 x 2.125 wheel, with 6 speed gears already installed, and preferably a built-in motor-side sprocket.
Check you local Cragislist.org listings under bikes.
You might be able to buy a whole bike with the back wheel you want for less than fixing your wheel or buying just a whole new one.
But why are you using a motor side tensioner when your pedal side already has one? Is it a frame issue preventing you from just running your drive chain direct and letting the derailer tensioner make up the chain difference?