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Thread: 750 Crank Gear

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    Can you run a 750 crankgear (50T) with a 1100 clutch gear, both straight cut

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    No

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    Whats the advantage of a 750 gear set

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    Whats the number of teeth 50/84-750 and 48/86 -1100 is that right........

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    Spins the clutch at a slower rpm.
    Improvise, adapt, over come, succeed!

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    750 GEARS LET YOU RUN SMALLER SPROCKETS & LESS CHAIN WHICH IN TURN MEANS LESS ROLLING MASS AT THE REAR WHEEL,LOT OF BIG TIRE BIKES DO THIS,

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    Have you seen the sprockets on a typical pro stocker lately Not very small.
    Improvise, adapt, over come, succeed!

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    They don't run 750 gears either....





    JD

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    You sure of that They are running lock-up clutchs and they won't
    work right with 1100 gears, or at least that 's what [PSB] guys with
    more knowledge have figured out before us.
    Jason
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