the smallest sprocket is the highest gear.
You can change the time by adjusting the sprocket on the back of the clock. Turning the sprocket clockwise will move the time forward.
use 16/32 sprocket
12-35 the best
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It depends on whether you are talking about the front sprocket (the one at the pedals, called a chainring) or the sprocket at the rear derailleur. The lowest gear at the front is the smallest sprocket/chainring. The lowest gear at the rear is the largest sprocket. So if you combine the smallest sprocket at the front with the largest sprocket in the rear you have the lowest gear available on your bike.
Chain is on the smallest sprocket on the crank and on the largest sprocket on the rear wheel
Depends on rear hub design. Some specials can take 9. 11 is quite common, another smallest is 14.
Depends. Usually there's some leeway for adaptation, but it's possible that your bike was delivered with the smallest sprocket available for that hub.
Depends on if you're looking at the wheel or if you're looking at the pedals. 1st gear, the one where pedalling is easiest, is the biggest sprocket at the rear, and the smallest chainwheel at the front.
Guessing an 11T cog (sproket), maybe a custom 10T.
As far a the sprocket in the front goes, i think they make them as small as 22 tooth, and in the back, it is called a freewheel or a driver. Freewheels are generally larger and drivers are smaller. Drivers can go as small as 8 teeth i beleave.
It's 1/8" width, but the length is determined by the size of the bike frame, and the size of the sprocket/chainwheel you're using.
i wouldn't say its big but a 22sprocket is the smallest you can get from gtrider
a large sprocket
Sprocket and chain and what?
depends if the sprocket is bigger or smaller than a stock sprocket.