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Sprockets that are available in aluminum and steel.
Devin in WA
Nice for tight woods technical riding. Id recommend installing a weighted flywheel because without one the compression braking in first gear will nearly put you over the handlebars while geared down.
WAYNE in CA
A very good product that will hold up to whatever abuse you can give it!
seth in WA
Fit perfect. Looks nice.
Cherylynn in OR
Ive bought a couple of these sprockets, they are fairly light weight for the price and hold up well. I buy a new one apx every 2 years- I like the versitility in diff teeth count this product comes in.
Ben in WV
fits well, has nice mud groves, very durable
Jonathan in PA
Chain is holding up well but the sprockets are showing wear after only a couple of rides.