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Rear sprocket problem?

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Installed new rear sprocket and new sprocket is not beveled like stock so the sprocket bolts stick out and come really close to touching the swingarm. Is this gonna be a problem?

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If it is not hitting it should be ok ..BUT..why did you not get the correct sprocket??:lol:

Just keep an eye on it...it may kiss the swing arm occasionally,depending how close it is now..

Personally, it would get the correct sprocket...or counter sink the holes on the sprocket..

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No good. The sprocket mounting holes need to be countersunk just like the original sprocket. Even if the bolts don't hit anything, they will not stay tight.

What brand it that? Are the holes countersunk on the other side?

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