How to figure out sprocket size/chain drive

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Re: How to figure out sprocket size/chain drive

Postby hayshakerracing » Wed Aug 13, 2014 9:44 pm

I never was too good in math class, that's why I wanted someone else to figure it up. I'll try it with the 21. Seems gravel is the only time I even worry about 4wheel drive anymore. Thanks Mike
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Re: How to figure out sprocket size/chain drive

Postby Rusty4cyl » Tue Sep 01, 2015 11:58 am

I would like to know if I am using the right chain drive sprocket's. My rear tire is 107in in diameter, my front tire is 99in in diameter. I run a 6.50 rear gear, and a 4.88 front gear. My chain drive has a 18 tooth gear on trans and a 22 tooth gear running the front. Chain drive only runs front rear. Seems hard to push, so I don't now if I have the right sprocket's. Your help is greatly appreciated. Thanks Rusty
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