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3/8 (or #35) Drive sprocket

Started by kurt-olsson, April 04, 2020, 09:31:16 am

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kurt-olsson

Hi

Where can i find 3/8" Drive sprockets with set screws that has 6mm bore. About 10-12 teeth.

It is for my trim wheel #35 roller chain.


Joe Lavery

Hi Peter,

Not sure if they stock exactly what you want, but they are flexible I believe.

https://www.technobotsonline.com/sprockets-and-chain.html

Joe,
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kurt-olsson

Many thanks Joe!

UK is often very good with shipping to sweden aswell.

Nice!

kurt-olsson

Wow!

They had exactly what i needed! The 10T had 6mm bore and it was also optional for tapped dual m4 screws!

Excellent website!!!

Joe Lavery

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Gallie

April 05, 2020, 07:34:28 am #5 Last Edit: April 05, 2020, 07:34:54 am by Gallie
I think in Europe we call the 3/8 or #35 chain/sprockets a 06B-1

Michael



 

kurt-olsson

Thanks Michael, this confirms that i bought the correct stuff! :)

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