chainwheel


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chainwheel

(ˈtʃeɪnˌwiːl)
n
(Mechanical Engineering) engineering a toothed wheel that meshes with a roller chain to transmit motion
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The well-established Roto Hammer range of chainwheel products enables hard to reach and stubborn manually operated valves to be safely operated without risk of injury.
Also claimed is that the single chainwheel will improve chain line.
On December 15, Clearwater bicycle accident attorney, Jim Dodson, and Clearwater bicycle shop, Chainwheel Drive, and will be awarding five, deserving children new bicycles for Christmas for their sixth annual Bikes for Kids program.
Optional accessories include chainwheel, square nut, stem extension, and bronze bearings.
That is, the line along the teeth of the front chainwheel to those of the cog in the back had to be straight.
That would really mean free electricity -- solar during the day and chainwheel jenny at night.
Details: Since 1971, generations of loyal customers and an incredible staff have made and continue to make Chainwheel the top shop in the area--check out the DFU, a robotic fit bike!
(2000) Effects of non-circular chainwheel on force-velocity relationship during sprinting on a cycle ergometer.
Each rider will have their bicycle inspected for safety by a specialist from Chainwheel Drive in Clearwater.