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Old 04-24-2013, 04:15 PM   #11 (permalink)
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if you know the donor bike, visit The UK, there is a pic of bolting pattern for each sprocket
I have the bolt pattern, but the fabricators need specific measurements.

I'm going to get pictures tonight because right now it's stripped to the frame. I'm basically at step 1. I'm assembling the motor brackets this week and I'll get pictures of that as well. Once the brackets are on I'm going to paint the bike. I'll definitely get step by step pictures and once it's all done I'll compile a guide with everything I've done. It should be very helpful for other DIY folks.

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I was actually looking for the 1996 Honda CBR, but thanks to your link I just completed the URL to find what I need. But I'm pretty sure mine is the 6 bolt pattern, not 5.
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Old 04-24-2013, 09:36 PM   #14 (permalink)
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You can just call or e-mail Rebel Gears with the rear wheel you are using and they can make it to fit. I have done this several times changing numbers of teeth and chain size. Usually get it within a few days, and very reasonably priced. I have no affiliation with them just great people to deal with.
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You can just call or e-mail Rebel Gears with the rear wheel you are using and they can make it to fit. I have done this several times changing numbers of teeth and chain size. Usually get it within a few days, and very reasonably priced. I have no affiliation with them just great people to deal with.
My friend's dad works with PMP sprockets and they're about the same price as Rebel. It looks like that price I saw is the going price for custom sprockets. I guess I'll try PMP for now.

But that link provided by renault_megane_dci was a great help.

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