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Old 03-19-2015, 02:36 PM   #1
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Need teeth for sprocket

I need to replace some teeth on my sprocket.
It's a 42 and I need 35 replacements.
If you only have like 33 or 34, that's ok because I prefer higher top speed anyway.
I can just JB weld them on real quick.
If I lay it on a flat piece of cardboard they should all line up.
Also, It would be nice if the color matched, but no biggie....

Maybe you can get them from and old sprocket you have laying around.
These are stock teeth, not racing teeth. If you don't know the difference, you can see that the stock teeth are much thinner.

My friend told me I also need to get a chain collapser with the roller-bender attachment so I can get the pinch back to normal.

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Old 03-19-2015, 02:40 PM   #2
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Al for the loss. I have 46 teeth but they are steel.
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Do you ever not shitpost?
You seem to be eatin what I'm feedin.....
have you ever looked at all my posts? - Mostly their highly controversial and real - but yeah, sometimes I'm looking for special information like if recaps Diablos are as safe as new ones.
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Slap a belt over it.
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Old 03-19-2015, 03:34 PM   #9
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Slap a belt over it.
So like a HD ? Honda Davidson?
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You didn't tell what width the teeth are, and what pitch they are. Is it a 530 for example. Gee, how can we help you with only partial information?
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Those 7 teeth that remain are Chuck Norris's teeth.
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Wonder what caused that. Looks like a fairly new sprocket.
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It's Funny Noises" !!!
"Funny noises" cause things to break. Every time I hear a funny noise, something bad happens right after that.

Once when I got home from work I even heard my wife making funny noises in the bedroom...... now I'm divorced...... but I guess that could be a good thing......

One sprocket nut was also missing and I found 2 loose ones. Do I dare tell where I had the new chain and sprockets put on????
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Those 7 teeth that remain are Chuck Norris's teeth.
I taught Chuck Norris everything he knows. Then he killed me. But he gave me this sprocket to carry with me into the "After-Norris" life.
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I got friends with less teeth, and they still eat.
I just moved to Magnolia, I've seen some of them.
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Instead of replacing the sprocket, I have a worn out chain you can have for free.
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With all the money you get from the tooth fairy..you could buy a whole new kit.
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