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1 reviewFEATURES A cush drive is a part of a motorcycle or scooter drive-train that is designed to reduce stress from engine torque damaging other components during gear or throttle changes. A common design used by almost all street motorcycles, it has three major pieces: the wheel, the sprocket assembly, and the rubber damper. The wheel and the sprocket assembly fit together with five or more sections much like two hands woven together. In between the contact of the two assembly are rubber blocks. This makes it so the wheel and the sprocket have a dampening layer between them, and the rubber blocks reduce wear and fatigue of the metal assemblies. Hubs are CNC machined from 1 piece billet 6082 T6 alloy Original brake disc and sprocket can be mounted on the hubs Hubs are fitted with Koyo bearing, no special sizes but easy available bearings worldwide Most rear hubs have 3 bearings instead of 2 as some original wheels have All 65/85 cc hubs have 32 spokes, all other 36 Centertube and spacer are made of 7075 hard alloy Hubs are delivered with all mounting hardware