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It's nearly time to splash out on a chain & sprocket set, but my TTR has had Takasago Excel rims fitted and I'm not sure if the hubs are still standard.

Does anyone know what the PCD of a standard TTR sprocket is?

Or let me know if the sprocket in the photo looks right, I guess not if the wavy brake disc isn't standard either.

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Can't tell exactly from the photo but it's 95% certain that the Excel rim would have been laced to the original TTR hub so that the owner could use a standard rear sprocket, brake disc, spacers and axle.  

The disc looks like the aftermarket one that Totally TTRs used to sell.

I haven't got the PCD to hand but I am sure a bit of Googling will find it wink

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I agree with Brian, they look like TTR hubs.

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I'll post some measurements and a better picture at the weekend. Does a TTR spindle normally have a drilling for a split pin for the castellated wheel nut? 



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Dan-in-a-Van wrote:

Does a TTR spindle normally have a drilling for a split pin for the castellated wheel nut? 


 Oh yes. MOT failure if you don't have the split pin fitted cry



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