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    Sprocket Specialist
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    Super Moderator Wheels's Avatar
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    When I built my first campground cruiser, I used SprocketSpecialist. They were fast and the product was great.

    From what I understand, they can make just about any sprocket you need. decent prices, too.

    contact info:

    Couldn't get to their webpage.. but, they are on facebook: search for 'Sprocket Specialists'

    thanks.
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    I used them to have a new sprocket built for my k drive a month ago. I got the sprocket in a week, and they added the counterbore for free.

    If anyone needs the dimensions for the k drive sprocket, let me know. You can have them look me up as well, and they can duplicate it for you, and probably save the setup fee as well.
    Proud owner of a two seat pucker-mobile. Funco inspired mini buggy powered by a Busa. Giving out free rides to anyone brave enough.
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