Re: Is a billet pulley available?
Originally Posted by 2door
No argument from me, Scotto. I think what Geoff and I are saying is that a wheel, pully, will be noisy. You're using a sprocket. That's different...lots different than having chain links hit and rattle over a solid piece of metal which might or might not rotate freely with the friction of the chain riding across it.
By the way...I like your design. Industrial applications typically use a sprocket on chain tensioner/guides. Absolutely nothing wrong with the concept.
Agreed...a sprocket is way different than any metal roller. A metal roller would rattle your brains loose
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