It’s the bearing spacing and all of that that I was wondering about, not the press-fit into the wheel
The bearing spacing is also compatible, i designed like original one, and reinforced them from the inside, like on the picture above
The hole is just enought big so you can take out the bearing easily with a skate tool
My new V2 pulleys for Orangatang / Boa wheels, with bolts + nuts are done
This is used without the bearing inside it, for paris / caliber / … trucks without modification .
They will be avilable from 32T to 44T and 12-23mm width .
- from 32T to 39T : 10 Euro / 1 pulley / 12-17mm wide
- from 40T to 44T : 11 Euro / 1 pulley / 12-17mm wide
- bolts and nuts: 1.5 Euro / set
Some pulleys for a customer
Black Friday Sale : 30% Off on all wheel pulleys !! Worldwide shipping.
Prices drops from:
10 Euros to 7 Euros / pulley ! 11 Euros to 7.7 Euros / pulley !
November 22, 2018 9:00 PM → November 25, 2018 9:59 PM
Great deal, I would buy some if I was using belts. These should sell quite quick
Have you become a hub only guy? I am on the opposite side. I still haven’t done any hub build. Eventually i guess i will.
@Szatyi, Do you have 40T kegel? I see 2 colors are they grey or orange? No bearing correct? I’d like to use these on E-caliber trucks.
@ThermalChild Hi. Yes i have , and i can make in orange or black(gray) . And no bearings included. And you want the V1 to use with bearings or the V2 to use with bolts and nuts ?
If you go with bearing you need to have around 54mm
@Szatyi, Awesome, I’d like the ones without bearings. I’d like to get a set of 40T kegel gears in orange and a set of 38T in black/gray. Is the sale on now? I’ll order now if so.
Ok then . You can order from now with the sale . And where are you from?
The 40T will be 17.5euros from 25euros, with bolts and nuts 38T will be 16.1euros from 23euros, with bolts and nuts
I’m from the US
What would shipping for 4 pulleys and hardware be to the U.S. ?? Area code 92562
@Socalscare For 19 Euros
Nah man, chains for the win. I do have a dd build coming tho
Why is chain better than belts? Maybe for offroad, on AT boards?
I just find they are easier to align and no chance of the belt slipping
And it will last for much longer i think
That’s a little subjective, you have to factor in many things assess the strength/durability, but at the end of the day testing is what counts
Some factors which would be interesting to compare
Filament used Infill % Infill pattern Nozzle size Nozzle temp