Call it a vicious circle, this 1-3/8" dia white plastic gear with 58 teeth. Has two different input sides: (1) an 8-sprocket with a 3/16" ID, and (1) just under a 1/4" ID circle with a flat side. Teeth are approx 3/16" wide and whole shebang is approx 1" wide.
This small 24-tooth pulley is 1-1/16" long with 5/16" of that being a 5/8" dia shaft with a 1/2" x 3/8" flattened bore. The pulley portion is 1" OD x 7/8" ID. In shiny silver aluminum.
These translucent silicone O-rings are 3/32" thick and measure 4" dia. Nice belts for science-project motors and even nicer for our slingshot needs. Crafters will see jewelry material that the metal-detectors won't care about.
This black plastic gear is 3-1/16" dia with (96) teeth at 32 pitch, 20-degree pressure angle. Center has a 9/16" ID bore with a 3/4" dia x 1/8" bushing on both sides. One side also has (3) 3/32" ID x 1/8" standoffs along with a 3/16" tooth along one edge. Source and function are unknown but you'll think of something.
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