Originally Posted by DrewFL
Well, I got started last night, only to find that the sprocket will not fit over the hub and dust cover. So I am going to figure out a way to grind that down or widen the hole. Which way would be better or quicker. I know there is a ton of threads on this but I don't seem to see a clear answer on which option is best. Maybe a dremel or one of those sand paper drill bits?
I feel the best, although there other ways to solve the problem, is to keep the dust (I see you made a correction) cover intact. I used my drill press to do the trick, as it alleviates the need to center the sprocket on the hub. Just slides over the dust cover. Same thing for the hub should you need too. Don't forget to bevel the teeth, so the teeth don't have sharp edges. Makes for a much smoother chain movement.