chunder123 wrote:Are standard motor cycle/dirt bike/ go karts sprockets bolt circle diametre compatible with this bikes rear wheel hub and motor shaft front sprocket when they require replacing when teeth become worn? i'd want to be sure spare sprockets would be availible to buy for many years for long term use
You can always add a sprocket carrier like most Karts would run. The Oset equivalent is amazing, just bolts to a 6 bolt ISO pattern and will accept all 219 kart sprockets, gives huge flexibility in gearing.efMX Trials Electric Freeride wrote:in 5-10years the bikes we ride may be much different with continued ev evolution and product developments..
but until then looks like the manufacturer is offering parts.. (as well as aftermarket manufacturers)
Rear Sprocket - Free rider. 80T :
http://www.kuberg.com/p-293-rear-sprock ... r-80t.aspx
skeetab5780 wrote:That link doesn't work for me. I ordered some sprockets from Kuberg about 2 years ago and some I ordered were supposed to be 6 bolt iso and some thread on. They all came in thread on and they never sent the 6 bolt. I need a source for a 219 80t 6 bolt iso sprocket. Anyone got a link?
Thanks in advance
Its not me on the pics. It is this guy https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id ... 51&fref=tsskeetab5780 wrote:Haha thanks a lot for the pictures. Ask and I shall receive! Looks like a ton of muddy fun
Were those bikes lapping you in that pic?