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IM GONNA LOSE THE STOCK RATIO DRIVE GEARS ON MY "S" AND GO WITH 14/47......CAN YOU EXPERTS RECOMMEND A BRAND.. RENTHAL? SUNSTAR? SHOULD I STAY WITH STEEL?? I'LL BE RIDING ABOUT 50/50... THANKS IN ADVANCE :naughty:

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You dont have to yell we may be old but not deaf... and I agree steel is the way I go

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Since his question has been answered im gonna do a mini hijack :naughty:

My local guy couldnt get a steel in, so ordered aluminum and will give it to me for the same price...I didnt want the alum but the alum is quite a bit more so im really getting a deal. But if steel is way better maybe I should hold out?

What do you guys think?

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You dont have to yell we may be old but not deaf... and I agree steel is the way I go

sorry....... was i yelling?????? hmmmm

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The alum will wear faster. I dont like to use it on the DRZ due to the torque of the big 4 stroke. But I am sure people use them and dont have problems. Tell you dealer to Call sprocket specialists for the steel prices!!! but if you are going to buy from the internet make sure it is the TT store :naughty:

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The alum will wear faster. I dont like to use it on the DRZ due to the torque of the big 4 stroke. But I am sure people use them and dont have problems. Tell you dealer to Call sprocket specialists for the steel prices!!

Cool thanks flippy.

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Why ya mad for? JT or Sunstar will be fine so is Sprocket Specialitists. This means steel sprockets mainly because they last way longer. prairiedawg :naughty::naughty::D

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didnt mean to yell or sound mad.... i guess thats what upercase type means,us newbies learn something everyday.. thanks for sprocket tips and typing lessons...

mahalo

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Try a 15/47 combination first.

I just put on a 47T rear sprocket last weekend, and I find it the best compromise for 50/50 street and trail riding on my 2004 S.

Get a steel one from JT racing. Cheap and tough!

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