What are pilot bore sprockets and where are they used?

The Pilot Bore Sprocket, also called a Rough Stock Bore Sprocket, is secured onto the shaft using a bushing or a hub. The Sprocket is supplied with a bore that must be re-bored to fit the customer’s shaft size.

The sprocket has metal teeth which mesh with the links of a chain to transmit power and prevent slippage.

Where are pilot bore sprockets used?

Pilot bore sprockets are commonly found in all areas of industrial machinery, as well as on vehicles which use drive chains, such as bikes or motorcycles.

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