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Old 02-09-2009, 01:32 PM
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Default Re: Smaller Sprocket For Single-Speed Bikes

You have to worry about your chin guard...but the question is, what are you running now? I assume the front is 44t, correct?

My Husky wheels came with a 22t rear sprocket assuming a heavy bike. If you have that, just a 17 or 18 for the rear and see where that gets you.

For me...if I wanted to pedal, I would have left the engine at home. I run a front 36 with a rear 19 so I can get my beast off from a standing start.
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