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Chain for Morrow hub??

Discussion in 'HOW TO' started by pickle, Jun 7, 2012.

  1. pickle

    pickle

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    So, I have a '40 CWC I've been gathering parts to build into a klunker. Just a few odds and ends and it's gonna be rolling :D. I can't figure out a chain for the thing. I have a 1/2" pitch cog on the 1941 morrow hub and a 1/2" x 1/8" chain is too small.
    Help me out here :?
     
  2. udallcustombikes

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    A pic would help, but based on what you said I would bet that if it isn't skiptooth then it is for 3/16" HD bike chain. Worksman uses them on their industrial trikes. You might contact ind-chuckz, he usually has an abundance of Worksman stuff.
     
  3. pickle

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    Thanks UCB! I think 3/16" is the ticket. Here's a picture of the hub.
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  4. pickle

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    Got the tires yesterday, gonna see about a 3/16" chain and i need a saddle then I'm rollin' :D
     
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  6. pickle

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    Good deal, thanks for the info socal jack. I just got my tires and tubes from tree fort bikes.
     

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