Has anyone adapted motorcycle wheels onto bicycles?



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WOW. I want that. But it almost looks like a 24 inch. Then how fat is teh tire?
The sprocket count I think it's a 48? Then will a 415 chain fit?
Then can I switch the pedal side sprocket to 14?
These are important questions.

You know,that rim would solve Tater's brake problem back when he was looking for brakes for his Schwinn.
Just remove those sprockets,no?
Price is definitely right.
 
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Hot Dog Piggy Tails

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your front sprocket will probably have to be switched from a 1/8 to a 3/16 (415) just adjust your bicycle side gear ratio there. Cause I do beleive those are both 3/16" sprockets
 
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Finding a counter Sahft sprocket could be done at KingBearing here where Im at. I didnt notice the oversized Moped Drive Sprocket I was thinking they were both heavey 415.
 
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HoughMade

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WOW. I want that. But it almost looks like a 24 inch. Then how fat is teh tire?
The sprocket count I think it's a 48? Then will a 415 chain fit?
Then can I switch the pedal side sprocket to 14?
These are important questions.

You know,that rim would solve Tater's brake problem back when he was looking for brakes for his Schwinn.
Just remove those sprockets,no?
Price is definitely right.

If I were to get this, I'd ditch the rim and have the hub laced to my Husky rim. I run a 48 tooth now and a 36 front and 19 rear on the pedal side (only to start from a dead stop). It looks about perfect for my purposes. I would love to match a moped front drum to my Husky front rim as well.
 
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