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Thought I'd post this here, rather in the Gilroy section.

We're replacing the swingarm on an '01 Scout, due to one of the sprocket bolts backing out (no loctite on them) & binding in the swingarm. Bolt broke & tweaked the end of the arm,from the axle to the end.
Scout has a chain conversion, and my google-fu isn't bringing up anything appropriate for this application (seems to mostly dirtbike kits I'm finding).

New swingarm & chain guard are back from chrome & in the garage, new sprocket is on order, just need the sprocket bolts & we should have everything we need to do the swap.

I'm assuming it has the stock wheels/hub, but don't know if the best-drive sprocket used the same bolts.
 

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You will probably have to measure what you need,dia,pitch,and length and then get from a quality hardware vendor.For some non standard lengths I have used Bolt Depot up in New England.
 

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Here's what the bike came with. I think most chain conversions don't use the SCHS head, but if you buy one you can at least see if the threads mate up.

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