Does anyone make a 240 kit that is centered?





brad

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If it is centered how would the chain make it around the tire? I guess you could offset the countshaft sprocket.
 
#3
Search button my friend...the search button.
240 kits are atleast 1/8 inch to a 1/4 inch off center to the right. With a correct offset front sprocket and BIG notch ( being unsafe ) in the inside edge of the frame .....one good get a 240 centered. BUt that big of a notch in the frame is not recommended. 1/8 to 1/4 offset would be a visual thing from the back, but for riding ....several peeps that have the 240 say the love it and dont notice any offset issues when riding.
 
#5
i would not do a 240 tire because the offset looks stupid, and i would NOT want to do any cutting on the frame. as fast as these bikes are, that just doesn't sound safe
 

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