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Can anyone recommend a 47 tooth rear sprocket in steel that is good won't rust and won't break the bank?

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Do these have lightening holes or is it just a solid sprocket? Almost pulled the trigger on the JT in the TT store but started Goodling the part number and saw pictures that made it look pretty cheap like a go cart sprocket with no holes... don't want it to look we than the stocker if it looks the same or better I'm good with that.

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What is "break the bank" for you? Like Craigo points out above, the JT's are a good solid sprocket and reasonable. They have holes, just nothing fancy...........

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What is "break the bank" for you? Like Craigo points out above, the JT's are a good solid sprocket and reasonable. They have holes, just nothing fancy...........

 

Pulled the trig on that one from TT

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What is "break the bank" for you? Like Craigo points out above, the JT's are a good solid sprocket and reasonable. They have holes, just nothing fancy...........

 

Don't need anything fancy just didn't want one that looks like this...128808195_amazoncom-jt-sprockets-rear-sp

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Do these have lightening holes or is it just a solid sprocket? Almost pulled the trigger on the JT in the TT store but started Goodling the part number and saw pictures that made it look pretty cheap like a go cart sprocket with no holes... don't want it to look we than the stocker if it looks the same or better I'm good with that.

 

 

This is what a JT rear looks like fitted on my E......43T

 

As you see there is no excess baggage... :thumbsup:

 

 

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The JT is a Good product at a good price .

If you want spendy .. Check out the Supersprox

When I make a final decision on gearing I may spend the coin on the Supersprox with the red insert :wub:

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