Looking for a product, 26" cruiser rear wheel with sprocket (no rag joint)

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    Looking for a product, 26" cruiser rear wheel with mb drive sprocket (no rag joint)

    Anyone know where I can buy a 26 rear wheel for a cruiser bike (single speed pedal sprocket and coaster brake) with a motorized bike drive sprocket connected to the wheel?

    I have a wheel with the bolt on drive sprocket attached to the spokes with a rag joint and would like to get a wheel with a sprocket that is perfectly centered and solidly connected to the wheel. It could be connected to a disk brake disk, or ????.

    it would be great if the sprocket had a freewheel so the bike could coast without turning the motor, but I expect that might be too much to ask for.

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    Anybody know where I can get a cruiser bike rear wheel with a disk brake that will work with those sprockets?
     
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    I have a 700 C wheel with a flip/flop hub- fixed gear on one side freewheel on the other-

    I think it's one of the best solutions available- the hub is high flange- the motor sprocket has six inner holes- like the disk brake configuration- many newer sprokets have both drillings- for the rag and for the disk brake.

    the diameter of the motor sprocket fits the flange on the hub exactly, but is not threaded or locked
    - then all that was needed was to drill the high flange hub- and the alloy drills easily-

    just six smaller length 10mm bolts and nuts- the lightest setup out there!

    of course you have to have handbrakes and you'd have to build it 26". A longer BMX handbrake works sometimes and is not expensive- give me good handbrakes anyday!

    but have a dual lever!
     
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    Do you have a pic of that?
     
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    Staton Inc. has just redesigned their website, but I'm sure they have the wheel you need. Call Doug Staton, phone # is on his website. Very honest, knowledgable people.

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