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Author Topic:   Sprockets
jammin
Dirt Administrator

Total posts: 6243
posted May 07, 2003 08:17 PM  
I have a 1991 Warrior and just spent $100 on a new chain and sproket set. It was a RK x-ring chain and an OEM sprocket. It was a little high but thats the only place I could find them. I stayed with the OE # of teeth but was asked if I wanted different. Also, when I shut my quad down, it sounds like the motor is kicking back on the starter. does this happen to you?

jammin
Dirt Administrator

Total posts: 6243
posted May 08, 2003 02:25 PM  
Jammin, keep these things in mind when buying. Aluminum is lighter and faster, but steel is stronger and lasts longer.. If you dont race, I would go with steel.... they are cheaper too, O-ring chains are a must in my book, cheap chains wear out and take the sprockets with them. always change sprockets and chains together, Dirt kills chains just like engines, so get the good stuff and it will last ya. I work in a shop and go through this very conversation several times a week with patrons.....

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