SWAP Clutch roller for sprocket

Discussion in 'For Sale' started by Al.Fisherman, Jul 31, 2011.

  1. Al.Fisherman

    Al.Fisherman Active Member

    I'm working on a different engine for a bike, I will trade a clutch roller that I make (a $17.00 cost), for a HT sprocket. The sprocket has to be flat and I don't care what the condition the teeth are in. I'm going to use (depending on engine) a 25H or a t8f chain. Want it for mounting the new sprocket onto. Later I may go with the hub adapter.

  2. hawaii_87

    hawaii_87 New Member

    You need a flat stock spocket???

  3. Al.Fisherman

    Al.Fisherman Active Member

    Any non bent HT sprocket will work. The flat sprocket will be fine as the only part I'm going to use is the center out to 1/2" beyond the mounting holes. I'm going to mount either a 25H or a t8F chain sprocket on it. I can't find a 9 hole sprocket in those sizes.
    Last edited: Aug 3, 2011
  4. hawaii_87

    hawaii_87 New Member

    I got one for you. Pm me info on where to send it too.

  5. 5-7HEAVEN

    5-7HEAVEN Active Member

    I highly recommend the 8mm(T8F) drive. You can run a sprocket with more teeth, and they're hella stronger than #25 chain.

    Is this for a pocket bike engine on a bicycle?:detective:
  6. Al.Fisherman

    Al.Fisherman Active Member

    Well I wasn't decided on which engine. Yes this is for a bicycle, most likely another cruiser. I wasn't or should say I am not familiar with either a T8F chain or a #25 chain. That's nice to know. The engine with the T8F sprocket has a drive gear of either a 11 or a 14 teeth, the 25 has a drive gear of 6 teeth. I was more prone to go with the 11 tooth set up. I wanted to keep the ratio as close to 1:4.2 as our HT's are. Now my last question for the seller will be center line to drive gear measurement.
  7. richirich1113

    richirich1113 Member

    I know this post is kinda old, but did you get the spoket you needed? I have a 9 hole 44t and a 6 hole 50t. i'd trade.