I have a 1926 JD 74". My clutch basket has a 46T sprocket that is narrow,
approximately .275" compared to my front engine sprocket, which is approximately
.345". The sprocket is not worn.
What width is the standard twin model 43/44T clutch sprocket?
The '24 through '27 Twin models Riders Handbook notes clutch as 43T. '29 Twin
models Riders Handbook notes clutch as 44T.
'27 Single Cylinder Riders Handbook notes clutch as 46T. Oct 17, 1927 letter
titled "1928 standard gear ratios" lists 44T for all models except singles which is
Can any single cylinder owners out there that can comment on how many teeth and width they have?