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Nos Hodaka Ace 90/100 Etc Rear Trail Sprocket Guard Carrier Holder Steel on 2040-motos

US $15.70
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Naches, Washington, United States

Naches, Washington, United States
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 NOS Hodaka Ace etc rear TRAIL SPROCKET guard CARRIER HOLDER steel 

 NOTES: I have never seen one of these, and It took awhile to figure it out. This is a rear trail sprocket holder for early Hodaka's. The early Ace and others, had a "Trail" sprocket overlay "ring" option that you quickly bolted to your street sprocket, and with a quick attachment of some extra links, your early Hodie had trail gearing. With this holder, it eliminates the need to remove rear wheel to add trail sprocket.  The extra links would be carried in your tool pouch, and with some basic tools you carry, the gear change is made in a few minutes. (at least that is what I have ascertained)  Below I will give spec's and further notes: 

Fitment: It overlays a stock, early sprocket perfectly. However, if your early Hodaka "Offset" or "dished" rear sprocket is too small, the drive sprocket offset interferes with this holder. That said, I believe you have to have at least 34-36 teeth or so base sprocket, if your sprocket is dished. Of course, it will work on any flat sprocket, however the outer bolt holes in the carrier are specific for the overlay sprocket.  I never tested it to see if it would clear a stock swingarm, but I think there is room as, the offset is approx: 15-17mm. Then, I think you can overlay a trail sprocket.


Composition:     STEEL (Zinc plated with spots)

Center hole diameter:  40mm

Bolt circle c/l to c/l to farthest bolt is approx: 64mm

The sprocket mount bolt C/L to C/L to nearest hole is approx: 45.3mm

Bolt hole size: approx. 8.7mm

Thickness:  1.2mm thick

Offset or rise: approx. 19mm

Outside diameter178MM 

The outer 4 bolt holes are 6mm. They are approx. 160mm bolt circle C/L to C/L

For example:

 A 36 Tooth base sprocket will accept a 66 tooth overlay sprocket.
As mentioned, if your dished sprocket is too small, the sprocket carrier will not butt flat up against base sprocket. It will fit any flat sprocket. So I think this carrier, is for the 36-66 tooth setup, or similar. The outside flat of the holder can be drilled, (I assume) to accommodate different outer overlay sprocket(s)

Condition:  Nos new, but zinc plating has some spots here and there. Not a perfect part.

 I hope this helps you decide if you can use this part. I have never seen one on any Hodaka. I cannot say if it is stock Hodaka, or an aftermarket item. It seems well made. Also, I cannot guarantee fitment. The only real fact I do have, is that the bolt pattern is, indeed, early Hodaka, and may fit many other Hodaka models..Thank You 


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