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Motorcycle Sprockets

If you need a new motorcycle sprocket, you’re in the right place. We’ve assembled a collection of sprockets for all types of bikes – cruisers, tourers, sport bikes and more. Of course, each sprocket is designed to fit a specific machine. To get started, all you have to do is utilize our Parts Finder by entering your bike’s make, model and year at the top of the page. We’ll identify all of the sprockets we carry that fit your motorcycle. It’s easy!

Sprockets come in a variety of sizes, styles and materials. When shopping for one, make sure you know whether you need from front or rear sprocket. This is easy to remember since they come in vastly different sizes from one another and literally sit in different locations on the bike. However, you should also be aware of how many teeth you need on each sprocket if you want to maintain the same gear ratio. If you want to make a few adjustments, gearing up (larger front sprocket or smaller rear sprocket) will grant you more speed, whereas gearing down (smaller front sprocket or larger rear sprocket) will boost your acceleration.

We carry motorcycle sprockets from major names that you recognize and trust, including JT, Renthal, Supersprox, Sunstar and others. Take a look at our selection now to see what we have available for your bike.

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  • Vortex Rear Steel Sprocket

    Vortex Rear Steel Sprocket

    Terrick in MS

    Steel Sprockets FTW

    I've only had this sprocket installed for a few days but It still looks like it did day one.. I will probably never buy an aluminum sprocket again..

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  • Primary Drive Rear Aluminum Sprocket

    Primary Drive Rear Aluminum Sprocket

    Dave in PA

    Surprisingly high quality

    Okay so here's the thing, I have a street legal KTM and it's tough to find a rear sprocket that gives me top end but still has juice through the woods. I'm running a 45 tooth and that fits the bill for my riding style. Honestly though, I'm worried that the aluminum construction won't last as long (duh) as a steel sprocket but I couldn't find a 45 in steel that fit my bike. For the price though, I won't be heartbroken if I go through a sprocket a season.

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  • Primary Drive Front Sprocket

    Primary Drive Front Sprocket

    Shannon in NV

    Great product

    Great for its price

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  • Primary Drive Rear Steel Sprocket

    Primary Drive Rear Steel Sprocket

    Richard in PA

    Great product

    Been running for a while now and shows no sign of wear. Great quality sprocket and a great deal.

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  • Sunstar Works Z Rear Sprocket

    Sunstar Works Z Rear Sprocket

    Rocky in New Jersey

    Sunstar Z

    I have 124 hours on this sprocket it is still not worn out, slightly heavier than aluminum. Because the Z sprocket is thinner than conventional sprockets I had some concern about chain wear, that was not a issue at all. Excellent sprocket.

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  • Primary Drive XTS Front Sprocket

    Primary Drive XTS Front Sprocket

    Lee in OR

    Slid right on

    Seems to be a decent sprocket. I threw it on an old KTM 520 to freshen it up a bit.

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