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Front and Rear Sprockets?

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Ok, any easy question after all of these hard to take valve posts...I was just wondering if someone can tell me the number of teeth for both sprockets (stock) as I want to order some online. I am at work, overseas, and won't be home for another 3 weeks and can't remember exactly what they were, so thanks for helping me out. :cry:

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I'm going with the Renthal black Ultralight rear and Renthal countersprocket. Was thinking of getting the R1 Renthal non-oring chain, or would the DID ERT be better? So 13 front and 48 rear is the stock set-up? I don't want to change it as it is pretty good for MX riding.

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you got it, i dunno how much you care about sprocket (and chain cuz they go togther) life but a steel sprocket will last much longer although will add more weight. I dunno how important this is to you but you ride mx so it is something to consider

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you got it, i dunno how much you care about sprocket (and chain cuz they go togther) life but a steel sprocket will last much longer although will add more weight. I dunno how important this is to you but you ride mx so it is something to consider

Ya, I'm not too concerned with how long it will last...I don't get to ride all that much so it will last a long time. My last bike, 2000 KX250, I went 3 years on the chain and sprocket and the teeth weren't pulled or anything. Thanks for the input.

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I'm just saying if an aluminum one lasts ya 3 years go for it (man you really gotta ride more) but by the same token, a steel one would last ya 10 years :cry::cry:

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