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Primary Drive Front Sprocket

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    Primary Drive Front Sprockets are made to meet or exceed O.E.M. specifications. Using high-grade hardened steel, Primary Drive brand front ATV and motorcycle sprockets offer durability and value. Primary Drive Front Sprockets are precision machined for a perfect fit.
  • Durable replacement front sprocket for motorcycles and ATV's.
  • Manufactured to O.E.M. specs using high-grade hardened steel.
  • Precision machined for a perfect fit.
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Primary Drive Front Sprocket Reviews

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4.8 / 5.0
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Value
4.9 / 5
Durability
4.8 / 5
Fitment
4.9 / 5
Performance
4.8 / 5
Recommend it?
Yes (259)
No (3)
Value
5 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Fitment
5 / 5
Performance
5 / 5
Recommend it?
Yes
Primary Drive sprockets last forever! I use the on all my bikes never had a problem and usually last a season.

-m-DIRT BIKE--
I've been using PD sprockets and chains for 8 years, the best!
I've been using PD sprockets and chains for 8 years, the best!
November 13, 2018
buffalo, NY, US
Age: 25-44
Purchased
3 weeks ago
Gender:
Male
Value
5 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Fitment
5 / 5
Recommend it?
Yes
Great value
Budget priced but works great. Basic sprocket but why spend 3 times more for a counter sprocket?
November 7, 2018
Ogden , UT, US
Age: 25-44
Purchased
4 weeks ago
Gender:
Male
Weight:
191 - 220 lbs.
Height:
6'1 - 6'3
Value
5 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Fitment
5 / 5
Performance
5 / 5
Recommend it?
Yes
You really can’t beat the price on these sprockets. They hold up very well
November 6, 2018
Fallston, MD, US
Age: 25-44
Purchased
1 year ago
Gender:
Male
Weight:
161 - 190 lbs.
Height:
6'1 - 6'3
Value
5 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Fitment
5 / 5
Performance
5 / 5
Recommend it?
Yes
Perfect RPM drop for me
I was trying to have the revs at about 3500 at 60mph. This didn’t do quite that but it did get them down below the ~4000rpm vibration point which has helped considerably at highway speeds. I read some reviews that I would gain about 5 mph per rpm, or lose about 500 rpm at a given speed. Well I didn’t lose that many rpms (it’s more like 250-300) but I did gain about 5 mph per rpm which is just what I was going for. A great product and also, I didn’t notice a problem with the low end either. The KLR has so much grunt down there in the first place that the reduction this thing makes is a drop in the bucket. It fit great too. I replaced both sprockets and the chain too at the same time because that’s what everybody said to do, installing a stock size primary drive rear also and I have no complaints.

-m-2015 KAWASAKI KLR650--
October 25, 2018
Soldotna , AK, US
Purchased
1 month ago
Value
5 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Fitment
5 / 5
Performance
5 / 5
Recommend it?
Yes
2012 Cobra 50
Worked at advertised. Wouldn't hesitate to purchase again.
October 23, 2018
Jacksonville, FL, US
Purchased
4 months ago
Value
5 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Fitment
5 / 5
Performance
5 / 5
Recommend it?
Yes
Good quality
Works as expected good value

-m-2017 KTM 450 SX-F--
October 16, 2018
Fulton , NY, US
Age: 15-24
Purchased
1 month ago
Gender:
Male
Weight:
131 - 160 lbs.
Height:
5'10 - 6'0
Value
1 / 5
Durability
1 / 5
Fitment
1 / 5
Performance
1 / 5
Recommend it?
Yes
It will get u by on this one u get what u pay for

-m-2000 KAWASAKI KLX300--
October 15, 2018
Huetsville , KY, US
Age: 15-24
Purchased
1 month ago
Gender:
Male
Weight:
221 - 250 lbs.
Height:
6'1 - 6'3
Value
5 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Fitment
5 / 5
Performance
5 / 5
Recommend it?
Yes
Very great products they have to offer
I would recommend this item to and one I use a lot of tusk parts and they never let me down well made products for and bike out there and they have a lot to choose from for your needs put their parts to the test at every race
October 14, 2018
Lenoir, NC, US
Age: 15-24
Purchased
6 months ago
Gender:
Male
Weight:
<100 lbs.
Height:
<5'0
Value
5 / 5
Durability
4 / 5
Fitment
5 / 5
Performance
5 / 5
Recommend it?
Yes
Buy 2!
Good deal on front sprockets,. We always buy 2-3 fronts to one rear
October 8, 2018
Stafford, CT, US
Age: 25-44
Purchased
8 months ago
Gender:
Male
Weight:
<100 lbs.
Value
5 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Fitment
4 / 5
Performance
5 / 5
Recommend it?
Yes
KLR's missing 6th gear!
Makes a MASSIVE difference in the highway capability of the KLR. Instead of feeling like your pushing your bike hard in order to cruise at 75+, this sprocket allows your bike to cruise nice and smooth

-m-2012 KAWASAKI KLR650--
October 8, 2018
LaPine, OR, US
Purchased
1 year ago
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13T front sprocket - 1 side has tooth number and PD logo. Other side is cupped. Which side goes IN when installed?
Robert M on Aug 28, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The cupped side generally goes in towards the machine and the logo faces out away from the machine.
I need a sprocket for a 2000 Honda xr650r. I only see a option for 14t and 15t. Is there possibly a 13t available? Thanks
Taylor A on Jul 19, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I have searched for a 13 tooth Primary Drive Sprocket for your machine application and unfortunately there is not one available in Primary Drive. I also searched other brands we carry and I am only showing 14t and 15t.
05 400ex, installing and the sprocket alignment is way off, im not sure what i am missing. Anyone else have this issue?
robert d on May 8, 2018
BEST ANSWER: You must be missing something. On all my bikes, they go right on and they automatically line up.I’m wondering if yours needs a spacer. Your shop manual should show what you need.
does it come with the hardware needed to install?
zach f on Jan 21, 2017
BEST ANSWER: It's only the sprocket. The hardware to install should already be on your bike. If your missing parts, you will need to look at an oem schematic and buy the missing hardware.
Does this include the clip that holds the front sprocket on?
Jeff B on Aug 13, 2017
BEST ANSWER: No sir what you see is what you get , hope this helped you
Has anyone purchased this sprocket for a 2014 RMZ 450? If so how does it fit/function compared to the Renthal? I'm worried about this being a cheap part.
Randy R on May 12, 2017
BEST ANSWER: We have used these sprockets on everything from 125's to KTM 450's no worries...great sprocket and wear as good or better than the others.
I just got a set for 2016 Yz 250f, front sprocket is thicker than oem. And the locking washer that folds up against the nut will not fit on the splines.

Will this sprocket stay on with just the nut?
Nicholas E on Mar 26, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Check to ensure you have the countersunk side facing in towards the shaft. This part only fits one way. Will not stay on without the retention washer properly installed and tab bent.
I have a stock 2001 Raptor 660. Looking for more bottom end torque for Oregon dunes, what f/r sprocket size would be optimal? Thanks for the help!
Christopher L on Apr 8, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Going 1 fewer tooth in the front is close to going 3 more on the axle as Brenda has stated. You need to count your teeth and see where you are at to begin with because you may not be stock gearing. For what you want you need to go 1 tooth less on the front or more teeth on the rear. I agree 2 teeth more on the rear would probably be good. Keep in mind you will have a larger rear sprocket so if your rear said plate is already next to your rear sprocket you might have to shim it, bend it or buy a new one. If you go with a small front sprocket it is true you will have faster wear on the sprocket and chain.
so how heavy is it, is it light, I have been told these rob power is that true, I want it for my Yamaha warrior 350, I know the warriors are heavy so I don't want to add any more weight then wanted, is it more heavy then the stock sprocket?
korbin m on Jun 3, 2018
BEST ANSWER: ll C/S sprockets are steel and a sprocket that has the same # of teeth should weigh within 5% of each other. Unless the one you are replacing has holes drilled in it to lighten it I doubt there would be more that 1 ounce difference. Mine was on a KTM so I cant be sureabout the Yamaha, but I would say they were equal weight in my case.
I bought this sprocket for a 2016 yz250fx and its does not fit. the counterbore on the back side is not big enough and rub the engine case, Anyone else have this problem?
rob h on Dec 3, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I bought frontsprockets for my KTM and had no problem with them. Make sure your ordering information is correct.
How do I change the front sprocket?
A shopper on Jun 27, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I have seen a few different ways some have a small Bolt and a clip once you remove the bolt that holds the clip then you can take the sprocket, others have a Bend washer over a nut once you've been the washer flat then you can remove the nut but they're pretty tight, after removing the nut usually with an impact or cheater bar you can replace the sprocket
What brand is this front sprocket? Sorry
Lazaro R on Mar 1, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The brand is Primary Drive.
What is the stock size for the front sprocket on 2018 Yamaha ttr110E?
A shopper on Sep 17, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The stock size for the front is 14 tooth.
Just curious if my 08 Honda 450x primary drive sprocket will also fit my 07 Honda 250f? Are the inner teeth the same size?
Derek B on Jul 16, 2018
BEST ANSWER: They will be different part numbers from the 450X to the 250F.
i have a 2016 rmz 250 will the 2015 model of the sprocket fit?
Tyler W on Sep 30, 2017
BEST ANSWER: They are different.
What size is the front sprocket on my 04 blaster?
mike b on Feb 22, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Your stock front sprocket is a 13 tooth.
what is the factory sprocket size for a 08 crf 250 r ?
Jimmy A on Feb 19, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Factory sprocket sizes are 13/51.
going from 22X11-9 rear tires to 20X10-9 on 1993 Suzuki Quadrunner 230. Front Sprocket is 11T from factory. Do I need to change to a 13T or what? Or will the tire change make any difference?
Greg T on Feb 19, 2017
BEST ANSWER: A smaller tire size in theory will yield less speed. But the size difference here won't make much of a noticeable difference.
How do I get my machine profile specs?
john o on Oct 12, 2016
BEST ANSWER: To see your machine specs you will need to log in into your account. Then click on Machine Profiles, this will show the machine(s) saved on your account. Next the machine you will see a tab that says "See machine specs" once you click on that it will show you your specs.
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