How could this be used?

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  1. u2seek42

    u2seek42 New Member

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    Don't buy it if you want reliability or longivity. That drive is known to crap out at about 250 miles or so. #25 single row chain and thin castings just won't hold up to MB duty use.

    Has a 3 to 1 ratio so it would take a very large roller to get fricton drive ratios right.
     
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    friction drive using a gear reduction case with a sprocket output... you must not like your tires very much. friction drives are direct drive off the motors crankshaft no need for a gearbox
     
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    yeah and boygoslow is going to sell a 2 speed trans for under $60
    even if it was made in china it would not be that cheap.....
     

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