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Strongest sprockets and chain combo?

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I'm about to replace my thrashed stockers, what offer the longest lasting, wear and tear resistant combo? Weight, materials or costs not an issue. I have heard that Renthal sprockets and the DID chain are a good combo.

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Well how long did the sunstars last you? I happen to like them, or I like moose. I hate a moose for a couple months and the anodizing was still on it where the chain goes. If not, I think spocket specialists make nice sprockets. I have never tried them, but I hear renthal makes pretty horrible ones. I think talon is good looking too! And for a chain...I'd go with DID x-ring...or a Regina.

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Renthal black rear sprockets look good as anything!

However, I do not think they last as long as the survivor series or whatever they are called, anyone know what i am talking about? they outter teeth/out rim is steel for long long life, but the inside is titanium or something.

I basically know what i am talking about just not how to word it lol..

As for a chain, DID sounds fine, but yeah i would go with o-ring.

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I've had the Renthal Gold O-Ring chain and sprockets on my 125 for over 2 years, ridden fairly hard and frequently, and it still has life left in it.

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Well how long did the sunstars last you?

About 20 hours.

I think I'm going to go with the Renthal and DID combo. Thanks for the help guys.

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If you want long lasting go with Ironman sprocket it is garunteed to last 1 year or they will replace it free.

Best prices at Qualitysmart.com Front and rear sprocket and did X ring chain for 199. 😢

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If you can't get 200 hrs out of an ironman with a DID xring then soemthing is wrong with your maintenence or chain alignment.

Ironman is one of the best bangs for the buck you can install on your ride.

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If you ride in the mud it doesnt matter what you buy it is going to get eaten up. I would just go cheaper and replace often. Spending more money will get you a lighter rear sprocket (steel) but dont count on it lasting longer.

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