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STEVEN in AZ
Wanted to change my gearing on my 2013 KLR650 so I purchased a 42 tooth JT rear sprocket and a 16 tooth primary sprocket. Happy with the fact that it reduced my RPM’s down to 3950 at 70 mph. The JT steel sprocket isn’t as light as the alloy ones but it should have a lifespan of two to three times longer over the alloy. Very happy with it for the quality, price and the black finish. Easy install! Thanks Rocky Mountain!!Read All Reviews
Joseph in NY
I spent the extra $5 on the gold colored chain, definitely looks nice. We'll see how long the gold lasts in the dirt. Everything fit great, I didn't need to shorten the chain at all. I wasn't looking for top of the line, but I have no fear that this combo will last quite a while.Read All Reviews