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Those weld on sprockets can be bought at a very reasonable price & are readily available in most sizes. You can also buy plate sprockets that come with a pilot hole that you can machine to size to fit your application.
I recently bought 1 at less than 1/4 of the cost for an OEM sprocket. Mind you the OEM comes with the hub. There is nothing wrong with my hub, just the sprocket teeth wore out, so I'll do the sprocket swap here because I'm equipped to do it. If you're not, you still might come out $ ahead if you had to get that done at a machine shop.
I couldn't find 1 of the weld ons with 66 teeth so I bought a plate sprocket.
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