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I know the 250l and the 250r rear sprockets are not the same but i was wondering is the bolt pattern the same? Is the center hole smaller or bigger on the 250l?

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the center hole is smaller on 250l than 250R

The other time I bough one at the local dealer for KLR 250 02 and if fitted as if it was meant to be for the XR 250L (the sticker in the bag said "KL/R 250 02)

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This is from my XR250L Project page:

The rear sprocket has the same wheel-hub hole and bolt mounting locations as the `87 XL250. However, because the XR-L has a cushion drive hub, the sprocket is machined one millimeter deep on the inside surface out to a diameter of 172 mm to compensate for the cushion drive offset. Sprocket Specialists is the only company making XR-L rear sprockets at this time. You can get their sprockets through XRs Only or through your local dealer.

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The machining for the cush drive offset is important.

This was written in 1991 and others may sell XRL rear sprockets now.

Hpnda XR250L Project <-- linky

:smirk::bonk:

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It may fit, but I'll bet it's not offset correctly for the cush hub.... :smirk::bonk:

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yeh you are probably right,but i can cut the offset in on a lathe its just that the 250l sprockets are way over priced

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Swap out the hub for an R model and it wont be a problem anymore. How much street riding do you do?

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