Originally Posted by DrewFL
I guess maybe I wasnt accounting for the outside rubber joint? So maybe the sprocket isn't supposed to slide all the way over the hub and against the spokes is what I am understanding now. Correct?
NO....in order for the rag joint to clamp onto the spokes tight, you really need the opening in the sprocket large enough so the sprocket will lay on the spokes, so you will know when tightened up it is a compressed fit. You want the sprocket to lay flat against the spokes without the rubber. Then when installing the sprocket, add the rag joint. Does this make sense to you?