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Old 10-17-2012, 09:49 PM
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Hey guys, new here, lookin for some info for my build. I am building a custom bike out of 1990 softail custom. I have installed a GSXR 1000 front end and CBR600RR rear end. the bike is almost done, but I am at a cross roads. My chain run is definately off set and I am going to need an offset sprocket and offset primary.

The question I have is how do I properly measure the offset so I know which offset kit and sprocket to order???

I tried measuring over from the tranny to the center of the chain and I came up with just over 2 inches. I was told I am measuring incorrectly because the most off set the bike can have is 1 and 1/4" or the chain would be outside the frame. I am well inside the frame with the chain.

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with no sprocket or pulley, measured from that flange out to the chain


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