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Will a kx125 rear sprocket fit on my 450?

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I've got a part vendor's catalog here (Royal Distributing)

which lists the same part numbers for Renthal rear sprockets 

to be common on all full-sized Kawasaki bikes (125/250 2T, 250F & 450F) from 1993 to 2017.

 

Front sprocket fitment looks to be more specific to each though,

the 450F front doesn't seem to interchange with any other model.

Edited by mlatour
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I've got rear sprockets from my 2001 that have the same part number and mounting holes as my '16. Mlatour is 100% correct

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