The following photograph shows the clearance between the drive chain and a single Spud Roller when the rear wheel has a 45-tooth sprocket.
This photo shows the clearance between the drive chain and a single Spud Roller when the rear wheel has a 48-tooth sprocket.
As you can see, the 48-tooth rear sprocket significantly reduces the clearance between the drive chain and the chain roller.
Therefore, I think it's best to use a single Spud Roller mounted in the front position of the chain guide when employing a 48T, or larger, rear sprocket.
The next photograph shows the clearance between the drive chain and a pair of Spud Rollers when the rear wheel has a 45-tooth rear sprocket.
I think a pair of Spud Rollers works best when a 45T sprocket is mounted on the rear wheel.
Consequently, I am now offering the option to purchase either a single Spud Roller, or a pair of Spud Rollers.
The cost of a single Spud Roller is $7.50, delivered. Each additional Spud Roller will cost $5.50. If you are interested in buying one or more of my Spud Rollers, please send me a personal message, and we can arrange for payment. I accept either personal checks, or payment via my PayPal account.
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Spud Rider screwed with this post 07-27-2011 at 10:55 PM