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6/2/2008 4:57 PM

9 tooth sprocket on a 13 tooth hub? or do i hove to buy a new hub?

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6/2/2008 5:06 PM

its a brand new dk 8 pack and the hub is so nice i wanna keep it so does anyone no?

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6/2/2008 5:11 PM

9 tooth sprocket? wtf.

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6/2/2008 5:12 PM

how many tooth the sprocket have?
23 24 25 28 30 33 36 38 40 45?

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6/2/2008 5:18 PM

is it a cassett hub? it sounds like its a flip/flop hub with a 13t freewheel on it. if thats the case, youll never be able to run that 9. if its a cassett hub, youll need to find the right driver for it and everything and get a 25t sproket!

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6/2/2008 5:22 PM

lol 9/13 gearing. imagine going 3 inches off one revolution of your cranks hahaha

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6/2/2008 5:23 PM

i think he means a 9t driver n he has a 13t freewheel now but if thats wat u ment then no

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6/2/2008 5:35 PM

Tuo_Rider95370 wrote:

lol 9/13 gearing. imagine going 3 inches off one revolution of your cranks hahaha

yeah man you need a new hub, but with that new hub the flanges probably aren't the exact same width so the spokes won't work so you need new spokes and nipples too probably. But if you like the rim you already have, than you can have the hub and spokes and shit mailed to your house or local bike shop than bring your old rim in and have them swap things around and true the new complete wheel. But with rims costing around 50 bucks I would suggest just buying or building a whole new rear wheel through Dans Comp. That way you will have the new wheel to go with the new sprocket and if there is ever a problem you can use the old wheel and sprocket as a back up or sell it as a complete drive train minus a chain. I have built a custom rear wheel through Dans Comp so hit me up if you need more info... L8

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6/2/2008 7:20 PM

u could always run a 9t in the front and 13 in the back =P

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