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  1. Try to stick with known brands, I like JT and Sunstar sprockets. That said, all new sprockets and chain go on when anything needs changing.
  2. Bridgestone S20, Mich PR4 (60 series)
  3. Cush drive sprockets are a solution looking for a problem.
  4. This will make your head hurt, but worth the time to absorb all the info. Covers forks and shocks. https://thumpertalk.com/forums/topic/1035004-drz-fork-revalve-shim-stack-discussion-recommendations/
  5. You don't want to spend less than wally world.
  6. Consider a Shinko 244 4.10 or 4.60, $50.
  7. 4.60 / 5.10 is a common size for Shinko 244s on an SM DRZ. Might look goofy, but if it works it ain't goofy. CL, front fender will act like an air scoop at speed. Air will dump unsymetrically from the frame side. Have not observed, but suspect the fender will flutter.
  8. Chelsea, try a loose grip when the wobble starts.
  9. Sumo the DR, dirt the DRZ.
  10. Practice, practice, practice.
  11. This is on your headlight number plate, Arthur Dent would be proud.
  12. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Hitchhiker's_Guide_to_the_Galaxy_(film)
  13. Be careful, that bike may have been used in "Hitchhiker's Guide." Tool bag should be in the box of take offs. Fair price in my opinion. Read and perform the FAQs, particularly swing arm lube. The rest you'll catch up with.
  14. First dirt nap?