Jessica in WY
Needed to lower my RPMs a bit on my 1999 KLR 650 for highway riding and didn't know if I wan't a 16 or 17 tooth. Ordered a "16t Primary Drive" brand, and a "17t Sunstar" brand. The Primary Drive sprocket measured the same width as the stock sprocket and I won't need to use any shims/spacers to make it fit like a factory sprocket, great news for me as this brand sprocket is really inexpensive and for some reason I expected it to be off. Quality looking metal too... Will be back after several thousand miles of use and abuse :)Read All Reviews
Jessica in WY
Was changing out sprockets on a recently purchased 1999 KLR 650 and didn't want to mess with bending the washer over the nut nonsense that Kawasaki uses, so I spent the $ on this expensive 9th wonder of the world :) I got a range of sprockets to find what I like best, will it be a 16 tooth, or a 17 tooth as I do more road riding at 75 to 80 mph (interstate speed limit) then crawling around on the dirt at the moment.Read All Reviews
Kyle in CA
This is a great chain that will withstand much more than even my 450 can throw at it. It has lasted a very long time on the CRF450X, which is why I bought it for the XR250R: long product life. It looks nearly identical to the DID 520 Narrow Enduro X ring, but half the price (and not as narrow). Great high-strength, well lubricated chain that I plan on buying more often in the future.Read All Reviews
We carry a huge selection of off road sprockets and chains. Powersport sprockets and chains from Primary Drive, Supersprox and Renthal for motocross and serious trail riding. Great prices on the best x-ring chains, o-ring chains and standard chains from primary drive, RK, D.I.D and more.