Proof of Ironman Sprocket Indestructability!


7 replies to this topic
  • fastenuf4u

Posted May 13, 2006 - 10:56 AM

#1

I got my new 47 tooth Ironman sprocket in and while swapping the old 49 tooth one out I realized how their was obvious signs of visible wear but that is after almost 4 YEARS of use!!! I don't ride 2-3 times a year either, over the last 3 years I have been riding nearly every weekend (mostly MX). Great product, I got mine for a great deal from Sirthumpalot's page, might as well send my money to a fellow TT'er! The other thing to notice is although this longevity can be had from Steel sprockets, the Ironman's don't weigh very much at all.

The pics are a bit big (1.25-1.5Mb) so I could show more detail, but it shouldn't take more than a sec or 2 to download.

Old Sprocket
New Sprocket


Great place to buy Ironman from

  • kid on a 426

Posted May 13, 2006 - 10:58 AM

#2

Cool, I run a JT steel on my bike even though its like 4 pounds it's cheap and will last forever.
(BTW the first two links don't work for my computer)

  • Bigcr

Posted May 13, 2006 - 01:12 PM

#3

The links will work, just get rid of one of the http's. I'm running the Ironman on both of my bikes. The KX500 sand bike puts a lot of strain on a sprocket and after a year there is very little wear. Great product, and it looks cool too.

  • fastenuf4u

Posted May 13, 2006 - 01:48 PM

#4

Links fixed, forgot TT puts the HTTP:// so I shouldn't have included them in mine!

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  • Ga426owner

Posted May 13, 2006 - 08:10 PM

#5

Exactly the reason I only use them....awesome, longest lasting sprocket on the market. :ride:

  • crfmatt

Posted May 13, 2006 - 11:52 PM

#6

Are there any chains that last as long?

  • Gradthyzf

Posted May 14, 2006 - 12:41 AM

#7

Cool, I run a JT steel on my bike even though its like 4 pounds it's cheap and will last forever.
(BTW the first two links don't work for my computer)


JT steel :ride: :banana:

  • 126LuvsChiX

Posted May 14, 2006 - 03:18 AM

#8

Another good sprocket to check out is Sidewinder sprockets from Krauss Racing. they make a titanium/cromoly sprocket that I had on my 2001 yz250....that bike destroyed aluminum in a week or so...but this sprocket barely had any wear after a full year of riding 4 days a week. It was lighter than steel and stronger, laser cut...etc. they also make a super strong chain that will outlast most other brands but it's a bit pricy for a chain..





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