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Any reason why you choose a chain drive over gears? Generally gears would've given a smaller weight and a much smaller chance of failure.
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we're using gear reduction this year actually. all together there are 3 nylon gears in the drive train (saved a lot on weight thanks to the nylon).
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are those sprockets made of nylon? what exactly did u make out of nylon?
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the sprockets themselves are made out of nylon
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