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Sprocket Adapter for Schwinn Meridian



wolvmarine

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How about this:

Eww, great find! I have reducer on reducers on old tire tubes on wood, err, like dominos. This would certainly take out a bunch of wiggly parts out of the equations. Thanks so much. I only need to choke another 0.25"s with this adapter that is great. Any recommendations, or is old rubber tubes a good placement in this gap?
 

mark20

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id go with a 3/4 or 1in pipe (those galvanized pipes at lowes for like 85 cents)
since the inner diameter is slightly smaller than 3/4 and the outsize is closer to 1in
 

wolvmarine

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id go with a 3/4 or 1in pipe (those galvanized pipes at lowes for like 85 cents)
since the inner diameter is slightly smaller than 3/4 and the outsize is closer to 1in
Thanks man I'll certainly will be making a visit out there soon. Hard to beat 85 cent$
 

wolvmarine

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Oct 6, 2020
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id go with a 3/4 or 1in pipe (those galvanized pipes at lowes for like 85 cents)
since the inner diameter is slightly smaller than 3/4 and the outsize is closer to 1in
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Sand the OD down a bit and should do the trick. Thanks for the insight man 👍
 
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