Can you flip a cassete to the other side so the motor will drive it?

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  1. rdog422

    rdog422 New Member

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    MotorBicycleRacing Well-Known Member

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    No.
    Many people have come up with that idea or similar.
     
  3. rdog422

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    thanks, the planning continues
     
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    really good idea to post the video
     
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    seems you would need a way to start the motor and a left-hand derailer and a thinner front sprocket just to try it with - then who knows

    I've seen pedal chain set on left for a right-hand drive motor, but didn't look at it all that close.
     

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