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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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  • Primary Drive Front Sprocket

    Primary Drive Front Sprocket

    Samuel in MS

    does all you can ask for

    fit well, great price, put about 3,000 miles on it with no wear. What more can you ask for?

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  • Primary Drive Rear Steel Sprocket

    Primary Drive Rear Steel Sprocket

    JEFFREY in CO

    GREAT DEAL

    For the price you cant beat it.

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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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  • 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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