What size is rear wheel hub

Rusty_Nail

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Thinking about getting a cnc sprocket for a huffy cranbrook with comfort fit frame. What is the diameter for the rear hub so i can get the right adapter size?
 

Tom from Rubicon

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Rusty, I am sure Curtis Fox will chime in to. He is a Husky Wheel booster rightfully so.
But consider this, I have a Huffy I motorized in 2016 box stock, with a Bikeberry 49cc 4stroke kit and intend to replace The wheel assembly soon with. Shimano CB110 rear coaster brake wheel.
Various venders.
The very best hub adapter can only be gotten from.
My recommendation is backed by Empirical results. My Sportsman Flyer 80 uses the above mentioned rear wheel assembly.
You know Rag Joint sprocket assemblies are less than ideal.
Is this your first build Rusty? Much good info on this forum if you can sift through the B.S. :D
Tom
 

Rusty_Nail

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Yes it's my first build. Was originally going to put it on a 1990s mountain bike but the rear wheel was too small for all the bolts on the rag joint sprocket. Thanks for the link above I'll check it out. I've heard that a lot of people have trouble centering and trueing the stock sprocket so was considering getting the upgrade soon down the road. For now I just want to get the build done so I can go break her in :D
 

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Think there is a video on how to mount rag joint, gas bike maybe. Get it centered rap tape around, or anything to fit the inside of the sprocket to hub, then tighten bolts even, so many turns to each one as you go around, will avoid wobble..........Curt
 

Greg58

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When using the rag joint I like to mount the sprocket to the wheel and then put the wheel back on the bike, with the bike upside down I spin the wheel and tighten the sprocket bolts to correct wobble.