Re: where to get derbi front sprockets?

Gabe Bandit /

yeah, unfortunately changing the rear isn't too convenient for me. it's for this bike.

it's using a 74' kawasaki motorcycle rear wheel to make the swingarm work. getting a 418 sprocket made to bolt up to it, so changing the front would be cheaper. thanks for the info dudes. I might just end up getting a custom front made for options.

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