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Old 05-02-2014, 05:48 PM
gphil gphil is offline
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Join Date: Jan 2011
Location: USA Georgia
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Default Re: Sprocket adaptor

Mass, that was a eyeopener on the brake arm. Originally I test , bent , test bent etc until I got a fit. It never was good. Now I have a welder soooooooooooo . Head to the junk part bikes and see what I have. I have a 42 tooth sprocket and would a 40 or what ever really make that much difference? Want a cruiser that will maintain a good speed and still climb hills. Sort of hilly here in this little town. You get my point I bet. Reason I ask is my now sprocket may be warped slightly and will have to get a new one. gphil
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