Wanted Dead or Alive



Any Information on this super cool Rear Sprocket will be rewarded with a magnetozoo jamboree bag . who is making them , I NEED ONE !!!!

4 comments:

Milo said...

http://www.wrdaytona.blogspot.com/2011/06/56-tooth-sprocket.html

dave herr said...

i bet with a mill you could make this work for you. the i.d. of the chain ring is 193mm and the o.d. of a harley drum is roughly 235mm. im sure with a little work you could make it happen.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/HUSQVARNA-1966-1968-ALUMINUM-REAR-SPROCKET-56T-520-Chain-193mm-Center-NEW-/370573640860?pt=Motorcycles_Parts_Accessories&vxp=mtr&hash=item5647e9049c

Gonzo said...

I read somewhere that in the pre-belt days, this was how they came from the factory.They did both drum and disc in this manner. I'm not a Harley fan, and have no 1st hand knowledge of this.

Gonzo said...

Apparently, old BSA's and Triumph's used this setup too.

http://www.burtonbikebits.net/brakedrumsprockets.htm

No backing plates listed though.

Also Royal Enfield judging by this Indian Ebay post,

http://in.ebid.net/for-sale/rear-wheel-sprocket-brake-drum-royal-enfield-23062850.htm