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    Junior Member mtnmanidaho's Avatar
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    Wanted: 70 tooth sprocket

    Let me know if you have one laying around you would like to part with.
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    I would also take recommendations on where to source one. Im having trouble finding them online. Needs to fit a 94.
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    I got my 66 tooth sprocket from Sprocket Specialists.

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    Building a mountain goat huh?
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    You want your TW to climb trees? Or pull a plow?
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    Quote Originally Posted by phelonius View Post
    You want your TW to climb trees? Or pull a plow?
    Why yes. Yes I do.
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    thanks all, and yes i do want a mtn goat. I have a 9k foot peak in mind for elk season. I ordered a brand new 14 front and 72 rear from sprocket specialists.
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    I have a 13\63 combo and I can go anywhere in first gear. Even going down hill I don't have to use a break
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stufidmotard View Post
    I have a 13\63 combo and I can go anywhere in first gear. Even going down hill I don't have to use a break
    stufid thats what i'm wanting also, I've got some long descents that i can shut the motor off for and coast down in first so save the brake pads. Also looks like we are neighbors, i am in the boise/mtn home area.
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    Going downhill is sketchy with weight on the bike and takes practice. I'm working on a mod that would also be beneficial to you if your riding the mountains around here. Go check out the trailer wheel thread.
    Ps. Don't put any more than a hind quarter of an elk on your bike, you will wreck.

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