Rear Sprocket teeth? How many missing is bad?

Geez Josh, your bike is getting more beat up than mine :cry:.

Some of just ride harder than others I guess. :cry: j/k

15-45 Ironman w/DID ERV2 and a masterlink... :cry:

BWB, it is a ERV2. Still pretty taught too. Want to hear the worst part(this is probably why the rear sprocket got so jacked)? All of the bolts on the rear sprocket were loose :cry:. Every single one of them (insert slapping forehead icon here :cry:). The sprocket would move back and forth when I spun the rear wheel. Oh well this is how you learn to take care of your bike I guess. This is my first bike ever and I've had it for about 4 to 5 months. Live and learn. Thanks for all the help guys. :cry: I've learned so much about bike matinence and modifying my bike now off this website. TT rocks! :cry: :cry:

I've learned so much about bike matinence and modifying my bike now off this website. TT rocks! :cry: :cry:

Looks like you learned to use Loc-tite on those new sprocket bolts. :cry: :cry:

Blue Loc-tite is the one you should use. :cry:

Put some of the Loc-tite on your kickstarter bolt and right footpeg bolts while your at it. :lol: :lol:

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