puch magnum pedal crank shaft - 260mm
puch magnum pedal crank shaft - 260mm
 
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use this to get around any pesky things in your way, you know pipes and such.

perfecto for puch magnum and any other puch you need more clearance for.

we now carry a perfect length magnum to maxi spacer if you are installing this on a maxi!! if you are using this on a non magnum you will want to grab some spacers as well.

this is the closest replacement for hobbit/camino/pa50, check the dimensions and make your own decision if you want to proceed.

of course you can also use this on many many other bikes.. check the dimensions below and see if it'll work for you.

16mm diameter shaft
260mm total length
210mm length on the longer side
40mm length on the shorter side
26 tooth

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2 of 5 Like the dude from 2016 said August 1, 2021
taco eater : Eric from Portland, ME United States  
Like the dude from 2016 said, the pedal chain keeps slipping off. Gives you the clearance you need, but at what cost? Bought the shaft extender instead. You should probably do the same

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4 of 5 might work for a hobbit with some effort April 19, 2021
taco eater : McSteve from Saint Paul, MN United States  
Got this since it's same length/diameter as the shaft for my PA50. I'm pretty sure I'll make it work but be warned, it'll take some dickery. Sprocket has fewer teeth than original, but that's fine. The sprocket is a little further to the right side of the shaft than the original. Like the description says, you need moar spacer. Will need exactly the right amount of spacer on the right side. Too little and your crank arm won't clear your side cover. Too much and the sprocket will rub the cover. Probably also going to need a spacer on the left side to keep everything where you want it.

I shoulda just put a pull start and foot pegs on this fricken bike.

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5 of 5 fixed pedal clearance on frankenstein brapper July 2, 2020
taco eater : benji the boy  
worked great to get my pedals clear of the za50 engine i have on a '78 maxi s (originally e50). make sure to get the plastic spacers!

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5 of 5 So far so good July 1, 2018
taco eater : Jim [s2m] from Lincoln, NE  
Haven't had any issues with the pedal chain slipping and I do tend to use my pedals a lot, especially from a dead-stop. But also I just put a new pedal chain on it as well, so maybe that helps. Mounted stock pedal arms up to it with no issue. Seems to be holding up well so far.

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2 of 5 Is it just me? May 7, 2016
taco eater : Anonymous Person from Minneapolis, MN United States  
I had an issue with the pedal chain slipping off the pedal crank on my pinto. It clears nicely as I was using it with my homoet 6p, but I couldn't pedal the bike as it would consistently slip off.

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