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sprocket

1. a relatively thin wheel having teeth projecting radially from the rim, esp one that drives or is driven by a chain
2. an individual tooth on such a wheel
3. a cylindrical wheel with teeth on one or both rims for pulling film through a camera or projector

sprocket

[′spräk·ət]
(design engineering)
A tooth on the periphery of a wheel or cylinder to engage in the links of a chain, the perforations of a motion picture film, or other similar device.

sprocket, cocking piece, sprocket piece

In roofing, a strip of wood, fixed to the upper side of rafters at the eaves; raises the edge of the eaves and forms a break in the roof line.
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Then replace the drive sprocket on the transmission.
Set the point of the gage marked for the tractor you're working on between the teeth of the drive sprocket. If the point doesn't touch bottom, the sprocket's OK.
The Rexroth drive motor uses an oversized bearing in line with the drive sprocket to make it easier to keep material out, while increasing component life.
Flat, incline and adjustable-angle conveyors have direct-drive positive tracking with a slipping drive sprocket to prevent jam-up motor damage.
You'll end up with broken track and snapped drive sprocket teeth, not to mention a vehicle that's still stuck and going nowhere.
I put a 7-inch sprocket on the gearbox and my final drive sprocket was nearly 4 feet in diameter and fastened to the single rear wheel.
The wheels are removed and the drive sprocket on the triangular track system is mounted to the wheel hub.
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Construction operations cause the drive sprocket teeth on your dozer to wear down.
A large diameter drive sprocket increases clearance to the carrier, and a grease cylinder provides the ability to adjust chain tension.
But after putting the axles and wheels on the tractor, the drive sprocket wasn't true.
"The internal drive sprocket is a lot different than an external drive track," said Lemke.