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Bratwurst Michael Reinert
Rietberg, NRW, Germany   DEU
Hello,
maybe someone can help me.
I'm at the rear axle right now. My problem: I ordered a 219er chainring for the axle because I could not find a 428er with 72 teeth. The torque converter has a # 42 with 10 teeth installed. I can not find a 219 with 10 teeth. What is a 219 chainring and with which chain can I work? Maybe with a 420 chain?

Michael



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Woodysrods Silver Member Brian Woods
Westbank B.C., Canada   CAN
Hi MIchael
First, what Torque converter do you have? If Come give me the number.
If it says 40/41 10 tooth on the box....the best chain to use is a #41 (not #40)
With a 10 tooth on the converter, a 72 tooth sprocket on your axle will be
quite low geared. Maybe a 60 tooth #41 would be a better choice.
Good Roads
Brian
PS
I have never heard of the #s you used in your post.

Bratwurst Michael Reinert
Rietberg, NRW, Germany   DEU
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Bratwurst Michael Reinert
Rietberg, NRW, Germany   DEU
I'll probably never take part in a race.
Within 800 km there is no other cyclekart.
I just want a reliable and harmonious translation with which I can leisurely draw my circles.
I've always read that most people use a '72 gear.



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carChips Victor Harnish
Kelowna, BC, Canada   CAN
1933 MG Magnette
1973 Triumph Spitfire 1500 "Chip"
1989 GMC Sierra 1500 "Bush Truck"
The best idea is to contact the TAV seller and ask for a drive sprocket and chain to match the TAV that you have.



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