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    Sprocket size;s on a stock 2010 TW 200 and fabrication of a rear rack ??

    Can anyone with an answer tell me the stock front and rear size of my two sprockets ?

    Also, having 5 trail 90's ( 2 of which are strickly parts bikes and a ct 110, I have many spare parts including the small auxillary ( sp?) gas tanks and brackets as well as a couple extra rear racks.

    Has anyone here modified one of the later honda trail 90 racks to fit their TW and do you think it advisable to mount a gas can bracket from a fabricated and somewhat extended saddle bag bracket on the left side to be able to carry spare gas that way? I would be mounting it as far back as possible on the left side, just behind where I think my saddle bags would be located...

    I have been a certified welder for over 35 years even though I'm retired at this point. I have came up with some awesome fabrications over the years and still have a 220 Lincoln wire feed welder as well as my torch and tanks, hand and bench grinders and a large water/oil bath band saw.

    Basically I have about everything I think I need to fab up a rear cargo rack using one of the strong already built trail 90 rear cargo racks and fabricating my own removable side racks for use with saddle bag and the spare Honda gas container with a locking securement bracket from a doner T-90 as mentioned above for long backwoods trips where camping gear and spare gas would be a big plus.

    Thoughts on the feasibility of such a rack ? Or should I go with something like ones built by cycleworks ?

    Thanks for any feedback,
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    Stock sprocket sizes are 14/50 or 14/49

    If you copy and paste this - rear rack site:tw200forum.com - into google, you will have all the info you need, and more advice than I could give, or list .....
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    There have been been plenty of cut and rewelded racks off of other bikes (or ATVs) modified to fit as well as plenty built from scratch. Cycleracks uses schedule 40 tubing for strength to give you a material reference. Personally I like to build from scratch unless I’m modifying something that has history to keep it. Your call.
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    Your a fabricator, build it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by littletommy View Post
    Your a fabricator, build it.
    Took the words right off my keyboard...... all the tools and 35 years worth of skills.... Unless one does not like design, fabrication and welding anymore
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