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ATV Sprockets

Whether you just need to replace a worn out sprocket, or you are looking to re-gear your machine, Rocky Mountain ATV/MC has a wide variety of front and rear ATV sprockets to help you get the job done.

When you are looking to make a change in the acceleration or speed of your machine, changing the teeth on your sprockets can make all the difference. If you are looking for:

  • Better Acceleration – Subtract teeth from the front sprocket, or add teeth to the rear sprocket, as this will gear your bike down.
  • Faster Top Speed – Add teeth to the front sprocket, or subtract teeth from the rear sprocket, as this will gear your bike up.

When you do change the teeth of your sprocket, make sure you run the appropriate size chain. If you:

  • Add one or two teeth to the front or rear sprocket, then add two links to the stock chain length.
  • Subtract one tooth from the front or rear sprocket, then use the stock chain length.
  • Add two or more teeth to the front or rear sprocket, then add two links for every two teeth added.
  • Subtract two or more teeth from the front or rear sprocket, then subtract two links for every two teeth subtracted.

We have a huge variety of high quality sprockets from brands like Renthal, Primary Drive, Pro X, Supersprox, Talon and more. Check them out today!

Latest ATV Sprockets Reviews – You could win up to $500 for reviewing products!

  • Primary Drive Front Sprocket

    Primary Drive Front Sprocket

    Tyler in OH

    great sprockets

    last long!

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  • Primary Drive Rear Steel Sprocket

    Primary Drive Rear Steel Sprocket

    Tyler in OH

    last long!

    steel sprockets aren't as pretty as anodized aluminum ones, but they last a lot longer! Primary drive sprockets are all Ill buy

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  • Primary Drive Rear Aluminum Sprocket

    Primary Drive Rear Aluminum Sprocket

    KENNETH in AR

    Never Buy Auminum. BUY STEEL SPROCKET!!

    This sprocket must have flexed under hard acceleration and loosened the bolts even with lok-tite. It occurred multiple times. The final and last time I was riding on a motocross track and the bolts must have came out going up a jump and at the same time I shifted, heard a loud pop, still managed to get a little air off the jump then hit the ground with the rear locked up. I blew second and third gear. Since then I swapped to steel. I feel for the whole idea of aluminum being lighter than the steel which is true but what is a few less rotating ounces compared to the weight of your tires and axle.

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  • Vortex Rear Steel Sprocket

    Vortex Rear Steel Sprocket

    Caleb in OR

    50 Tooth

    Its just a great sprocket, I have 800 miles of enduro on mine other than the paint around the teeth starting flake off it has little wear. I would buy another one.

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  • Supersprox Rear Aluminum Sprocket

    Supersprox Rear Aluminum Sprocket

    Ben in WV

    long lasting

    nice finish , has lasted well no problems

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  • Pro X Rear Sprocket Bolt Set

    Pro X Rear Sprocket Bolt Set

    Ben in WV

    nice product

    works as should great price,

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