axle sprocket kit

manuel newsom

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so my chain exploded after derailing for the 10th time yesterday miles from home because my rear sprocket wasnt correctly aligned with the engine one i decided that im fed up with this rubber mounted sprocket that keeps getting loose and derailing and i decided to look for a new way to transmit power to the rear wheel, i first looked into shift kits but they are just too expensive and seem like a hassle so i was browsing bicycle endines.com and came across this, does anyone run that ? was it easy to install ? and does it require a lot of maintenance ? they also sell a solid version of this which could be nice but i kinda want to be able to pedal the bike without having the extra noise and friction so i dont think ill take that, thanks in advance for the anwsers
 
I have never ran that, but some more options to look at are Mag wheels, Grubee HD wheel, or this one on bikeberry Link that has a disk brake mount that you just need a rotor adapter.
 
I have never ran that, but some more options to look at are Mag wheels, Grubee HD wheel, or this one on bikeberry Link
you mean installing this kit on those wheels ? because i already have some good enough steel wheels i think i could use
 
you mean installing this kit on those wheels ? because i already have some good enough steel wheels i think i could use
What I mean is these wheels allow you to directly mount your sprocket to the hub with bolts so it won't get loose and the rotor adapters space it out correctly.
 
What I mean is these wheels allow you to directly mount your sprocket to the hub with bolts so it won't get loose and the rotor adapters space it out correctly.
oh well that could be nice im gonna keep that in mind but that kit has brakes and a only spins one way so i think its a better way to go
 
oh well that could be nice im gonna keep that in mind but that kit has brakes and a only spins one way so i think its a better way to go
Oh I didn't even see it has drum brakes. Yeah man I've heard good things about drum brakes. If someone else that knows about this kit gives the ok and you can put that together than yeah thats probably a great option.
 
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huh. maybe living in france isnt that good an idea
 
so my chain exploded after derailing for the 10th time yesterday miles from home because my rear sprocket wasnt correctly aligned with the engine one i decided that im fed up with this rubber mounted sprocket that keeps getting loose and derailing and i decided to look for a new way to transmit power to the rear wheel, i first looked into shift kits but they are just too expensive and seem like a hassle so i was browsing bicycle endines.com and came across this, does anyone run that ? was it easy to install ? and does it require a lot of maintenance ? they also sell a solid version of this which could be nice but i kinda want to be able to pedal the bike without having the extra noise and friction so i dont think ill take that, thanks in advance for the anwsers
You'll need a pull start with that, and probably a long crank.
 
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