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Thread: 1940's Triumph Drive Gear & Sprocket Slider?

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    Default 1940's Triumph Drive Gear & Sprocket Slider?

    Am hoping that someone out there in AMCA World might have (or know where to procure) a 23 or 24 tooth Drive Gear/Engine Sprocket for my 1948 5T Speed Twin? I found a 22 tooth gear last season, but still need to go up a tooth or two. Any suggestions would be helpful. And the trick is to get a Drive Gear that matches the curvature of the Slider - bought one from Tri-Supply last season but the curvature doesn't come close to matching my existing Slider.

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    Thanks to all for sending me a sourcing suggestion! Doug

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    It looks like Baxter Cycles have 24t sprockets.

    70-2826 24T Pre-Unit 2 Lobe

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    Many thanks! Will give them a call today! Doug48-Triumph-LoRes2-Fla.jpg

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    Nice bike.
    I had a restored 6T when I first got my licence.

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    Appreciate the input. The T-100's of t20190317_144544.jpghat era used a 24 tooth for higher top speed.

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