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Bob Oak

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    getting new sprocket, need a new chain?

    Per the suggestion of Jeff Tasky, I installed a 12 tooth front sprocket for the tight trails. It uses the original chain and keeps the RPM's high enough to prevent most of the nasty "cough/stalls" that can send you OTB. I have not been OTB since the change. Can still hit 60MPH if needed but that takes mucho RPM's. For the fire roads the 13 or 14 is good. Hope this helps. TE 450, 06 P.S Rekluse clutch for TE is available, used. Bob