Thread: drive sprocket
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Old 03-17-2008, 11:56 AM
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Default Re: drive sprocket

Well I got the sprocket nut off and noticed it has a retaining pin or something holding it on.Decided to work on it in place.Narrowed the teeth front to back and it works a lot better
but still a little rough.I think the chain may not match the sprocket.Center to center everything is alright (pitch?) but needs smaller rollers or smaller teeth.Where can one find a higher quality chain-sprocket combo.
Norman,you might like like the looks,sorta got this Darth Vader thing going on.That with a little Pee Wee Herman mixed in.I probably ought to post a pic.before the first test run in the event that either the bike or I don't make it back.
I hope the Chinese don't get the idea to build airplane kits.Ron
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