How well do PD steel rear sprocket wear? I have an aluminum one on my RM250 right now that is an absolute POS.
Yes don't forget to get a new chain for the reasons CDA stated.The thing about sprocket replacement is, you need to remember the chain. If your sprocket is worn, most likely the chain is as well. If you only change out the sprocket, you will chew through it faster then if you replace the chain as well.
yupp thats the 1 i was looking at, but i'm gonna switch between a 12 and a 13 when i go riding depending on the terrain My friend with the other 96 has 2 13's and has a 12 for his bike, but he runs 49 on his rear rather than 50 which if we both 13 CS sprockets the difference will only be 2% 12/50 to 13/49 is a 10.5% differenceOk, well in that case here's a 50T steel rear sprocket for $20
Yes don't forget to get a new chain for the reasons CDA stated.
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- Stock size (13T) Primary Drive steel front sprocket
- Stock size (49T) Primary Drive steel rear sprocket
- Stock size (520x114)Primary Drive Gold X-Ring chain
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