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2 freewheel sprockets welded at the tooth bit avoiding the actual teeth as a chain still needs to drive it., attach axles to the threaded section, thats as far as iv got so far
Looks like Utah Trikes came up with a design like yours.
These guys currently carry one
but other than them I don't know of anyone that sells them other than Samagaga like you listed. No prices on that site either which tells me they are expensive from there.
Your drawing would be a lot easier to follow if you included an isometric view. I'm still trying to figure out how the spacer rings are fitted.
The inside of the rings are the same size as the outside diameter of the freewheel bodies. The rings are drilled so the bolts that clamp everything together fit between the teeth on the freewheels to lock the sprockets together with the larger driven sprocket used in the middle or put on either or both ends if you prefer.. Just remember to support the whole thing with bearings outside the differential on the axles.
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