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Re: High grade of steel specialy made rear sprocket [Re: R1NGA] #296057
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Re: High grade of steel specialy made rear sprocket [Re: nippymog] #296080
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Originally Posted By nippymog
Depending on price I could be interested


... hey guys, what's going on in here? Oh well then, a plus one for me too.


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Re: High grade of steel specialy made rear sprocket [Re: MTWV2] #296110
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Hope I am on top of the list as I was the one with the first question!


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Re: High grade of steel specialy made rear sprocket [Re: The Austrian] #296121
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Originally Posted By The Austrian
Hope I am on top of the list as I was the one with the first question!


You were the first to ask for it!

Iím pleased that you like the sprocket designed by my friend. The choice to reproduce it or not belongs exclusively to him. I know he is still working on it to improve the design a little further and to save more weight as well. So if there are other ones, theyĎll be even better than mine. But all is linked to the time needed to manufacture them and to the price. Anyway, I guess it canít be more expensive than the standard product.

Before we decided to have one produced, we had a close look to what was needed and what was available. By reading TM quite often, I knew that there were some options: trying to adapt a HD 1.5Ē rear sprocket or to choose to have an aluminum sprocket converted to polyurethane by Super Max. In both cases it was a question of number of teeth, 65 instead of 66 and for polyurethane, it has no flange on one side. With the NVH system, the belt is always moving from one side to the other. We even investigated for stronger grade of aluminum. But in the end, steel was the best choice. The front pulley in steel didnít wear on any Three Wheeler. And it saw the belt more often than the big one. Moneywise steel is finally a lot cheaper because it last longer. I canít say how long. I have been stopped in my attempt to do a lot of miles by a big electrical short circuit. The 50A fuse and a 15A have melted down. The Three Wheeler refuses to start anymore and will be brought to BHM in September for repair.

Re: High grade of steel specialy made rear sprocket [Re: MTWV2] #296126
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Let me know where to send the money. That sprocket looks good enough to hang on the wall in a frame

Re: High grade of steel specialy made rear sprocket [Re: MTWV2] #296133
12/08/15 06:43 PM
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Interesting comparison to the new standard steel sprocket

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Re: High grade of steel specialy made rear sprocket [Re: MTWV2] #296363
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I'm interested as well. Maybe with enough orders, it would be worthwhile to produce a batch. LarryS

Re: High grade of steel specialy made rear sprocket [Re: MTWV2] #296391
13/08/15 03:27 PM
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Sign me up, I'm going to need one soon and its either Supermax or factory steel at this point.

Re: High grade of steel specialy made rear sprocket [Re: MTWV2] #297331
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I will also buy one. Perhaps Brands Hatch Morgan would be interested in selling these? If they are unable to sell them in the UK (due to relationship issues with Morgan) I would be happy to use my business to buy and sell them at no profit.

Re: High grade of steel specialy made rear sprocket [Re: MTWV2] #297339
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put me down for one as well!

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