rear sprockets


3 replies to this topic
  • moto278

Posted March 04, 2010 - 02:57 PM

#1

alright guys. i got a 2010 yz450f and a 07 yz250f. i have no need to spend 60+ dollars on a renthal sprocket if somethin cheaper works the same. i saw rockymountainmc.com has a sproket thats under 20 bucks. anybody use this? ne input on them? and my next question, obviously theres a big torque difference between the bikes, but are the rear sprockets interchangable? i will be riding different tracks this year, and both bikes will be with. i was wonderin if i can carry different tooth sprockets nd use them on both bikes?

  • norcal_hoss

Posted March 04, 2010 - 03:10 PM

#2

Ive been using the steel sprockets from Rockymount atv for years. Just like any other steel sprocket they last forever. Cant really beat $19 bucks. I had a 07 yz 450 but could not tell you if the sprockets are interchangeable .. I would think they.

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  • Polar_Bus

Posted March 04, 2010 - 04:08 PM

#3

alright guys. i got a 2010 yz450f and a 07 yz250f. i have no need to spend 60+ dollars on a renthal sprocket if somethin cheaper works the same. i saw rockymountainmc.com has a sproket thats under 20 bucks. anybody use this? ne input on them? and my next question, obviously theres a big torque difference between the bikes, but are the rear sprockets interchangable? i will be riding different tracks this year, and both bikes will be with. i was wonderin if i can carry different tooth sprockets nd use them on both bikes?


$20 steel sprockets don't wear out and slower or faster than $50 steel sprockets. What DOES wear out sprockets quickly is a CHEAP roller chain.... do what I do, save your pennies and buy a premium quality Regina or DID oring or X ring chain. Your sprocket life will triple (maybe longer)...no BS!

  • moto278

Posted March 04, 2010 - 06:43 PM

#4

i agree. that is one place i wont cut corners is a chain. on my 250f i prefer non o-ring chains. but with the 450f ill probably start runnin good o-ring chains on both. renthal, regina, did, whichever one i can get the best deal on at the time haha





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