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Old 11-22-2008, 11:48 AM
ocscully ocscully is offline
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Default Re: Looking for a 48T Freewheel Sprocket

Originally Posted by ZnsaneRyder View Post
Now I've seen that freewheel before online.....

Does that freewheel go on the LEFT side of the wheel? That 4-hole pattern is common and easy to get go-kart sprockets for, however I'm sure that is for a right-side wheel sprocket.
Grubee makes a similar universal freewheel that is left hand threaded to fit their rear hubs. I'm not sure that it will fit the Staton wheel/hub you are using though? Bicycle Engines, Motorized Bicycles, Bicycle Motors, Motored Bikes: 2-Stroke & 4-Stroke Kits! sells them and I believe just recently got them back in stock.

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