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Old 01-22-2013, 08:30 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Steel sproket hub?

Hi guys im looking for an aftermarket sproket and maybe brake hub. The stock ones are pretty beat but I don't want aluminum if i can help it any input?
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Stock sprockets are steel.
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Is there an aftermarket
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Tons... go to any online MC part retailer.
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check ebay, theirs lots of aluminuim after market sprockets but with some looking you can find steel ones, i just got a new 36 tooth steel sprocket for my raptor. also KB motorsports is awesome
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He's looking for a Steel sprocket HUB, I'm guessing the splines on he are wore out. I only know of a few replacement hubs but most a made of billet to lighten it up. I woul;d just find some good used stock ones as the aftermarket ones are usually very hard to find and expensive.
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He's looking for a Steel sprocket HUB, I'm guessing the splines on he are wore out. I only know of a few replacement hubs but most a made of billet to lighten it up. I woul;d just find some good used stock ones as the aftermarket ones are usually very hard to find and expensive.
Yup, look on ebay.
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nailed it dog thank you
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No, he's looking for an aftermarket sproket (sp)... and maybe a brake hub (quote). If he's looking for something else, he should have asked for it.

Honestly, the stockers are quite strong as long as they are tight.
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