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Sprockets from Rocky Mountain ATV/MC

Sprockets that are available in aluminum and steel. Find a wide selection of sprockets by Renthal, Primary Drive and more.

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  • JT Rear Steel Sprocket

    JT Rear Steel Sprocket

    JEFFREY in CO

    Would recomend

    Nice and good quality for the price.

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  • Renthal Front Sprocket

    Renthal Front Sprocket

    Stephen in CA

    On point.

    I went with this Renthal steel front sprocket/counter-shaft sprocket due to reviews and price. Price is fair and qaulity is good so far. About 12 hours on it and no noticeable wear. I take very good care of my chain and sprockets. I expect this to last a long time. Fits my YZ's counter-shaft perfectly.

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  • Primary Drive Front Sprocket

    Primary Drive Front Sprocket

    JEFFREY in CO

    Smoking deal

    300 miles so far and all is good. This is a smoking deal and I cant think of a negative. Get a couple at this price.

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  • Vortex Rear Steel Sprocket

    Vortex Rear Steel Sprocket

    Stephen in CA

    Perfect fit and lasts.

    Fit perfect on my YZ. Looks amazing, I really like the design, seems lighter than most steel sprockets I have. Price is good. Color is holding up well. I have about 15 hours on it, no wear so far. At least none that the naked eye can see. Will for sure buy again.

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  • Pro X Rear Sprocket Bolt Set

    Pro X Rear Sprocket Bolt Set

    Shawn in WA

    broke on install, not recommended

    I put these on a 1990 rmx 250. first, the head of the nut is too large so the bolt didn't reach the locking plastic, so thread lock is needed. I started to torque the nuts down and only got to 15lbs and the head of the bolt broke off. That was the end for me, I ordered oem. cost about $10 more but was a much better product. If this bolt broke while I was riding it could have done a lot of damage! I try to cut costs with my ole bike, but this is not the place to do it.

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  • Primary Drive Rear Steel Sprocket

    Primary Drive Rear Steel Sprocket

    Jonathan in PA

    Good but not great

    I have about 5 rides on this sprocket and is already showing signs of wear. Not bad for the price but the 250 2 stroke tears is apart.

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