leleu rear moped sprockets for puch
leleu rear moped sprockets for puch
 



  $17.99



puch leleu rear sprockets

leleu rear sprockets*:


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This will fit on all puch 94mm hub wheels except for the snowflakes. It will fit on both the wide and thin spoked wheels as well as the 5 stars. It is powdercoated a creamy gray color. sometimes they are a silvery metal color. Use this with some combination of front gearing to get crrrrazzy and climb hills or conversely, go too fast (never).

we usually carry 36T, 38T, 40T, 42T, 45T, 48T, 56T, and 60T!

NOTE!!! if the size/color/make that you want is not showing up in the drop down menu above, that means it's out of stock for now. you'll have to find an alternate size/color/make or wait til the one ya want is back in stock! sry!

for puch leleu spoked wheels and 5 star mag wheels commonly found on maxi and magnums!

approx 12mm offset

94mm ID
6 hole bolt pattern

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5 of 5 Oh baby, this s*** slaps dawg! February 15, 2021
taco eater : Ben-geezy, mf cheesy, attorney at law from Omaha, NE United States  
What can I say? It fits on Puch spokes and 5 star mags. You gotta experiment a bit, so maybe get a few different teeth count. I went 17x42 on my E50 Magnum, but ended up going back to 45 rear just because my torque suffered. Sure, I could have made clutch and top end modifications. But sometimes it's just about risk tolerance. Some just want to watch the world burn, I just want to ride.

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5 of 5 The 56 is a lil difficult to install August 9, 2020
taco eater : Rocco trotto from Zimbabwe  
You can’t just bolt the 56t to the wheel and bolt the wheel on because the brake plate stopper gets in the way! (On maxi swing arms). You have to just place the sprocket over the brake plate (don’t bolt it on) With the sprocket cocked (front slanted towards the right) you have just enough room to slide the wheel on. Then you can bolt the sprocket to the wheel :)

It fucking dangerous because u have like a 1/4” of play in between the sprocket a brake plate stopper. So if the wheels moves forward your done!

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5 of 5 Love it! July 22, 2018
taco eater : Chief from Omaha, NE United States  
This fit great on my ZA50 Puch Maxi. I went from 18x40 to 18x36. With a 15 Bing and a 60 jet, I went from 30ish to 35 mph. Low end torque and hills didn't suffer too much. Still does 20 mph up hills.

Oh, I also removed one link from the stock drive chain.

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5 of 5 Very Nice! January 27, 2017
taco eater : Alan Blake from Cleveland, OH United States  
High quality (Maybe better than OEM)! Nice machining and perfect fit! The one I received was even plated!

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5 of 5 works as it should March 6, 2016
taco eater : daev o. from Providence , RI United States  
bolted right up easy peesy matched w/ 17t front and sh*****t. Honestly think i pee'd a lil bit. Now I get to the taco spot in half the time!!!

**** Went out of my way to email benji and ask for stainless steel and was told they were all primed gray. Opened my order and the shiniest of shiny sprockets appeared Guess they're MAGICAL TOO!!!!!! ****


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