If your front sprocket is toast, your chain is probably smoked as well, and most likely your rear sprocket. To check your chain, grab it at the very back of the rear sprocket and pull it straight back. If you can see daylight between 3 or 4 teeth and the chain, it's done.GINO69 said:sorry guys to ask question to a old thread but i tought it was worthless to start a new one for a few question
my front sprocket is completly finish
what is the reason why they waer out?
and when i change it do i really need loose the chain or it can be done without loosing it
thanks for your time
Yes you need it, it'll be a great insurance policy.GINO69 said:ok i found out that the sprocket cover its called the case saver... do i really need it? cause i dont know what to do withouts the upper bolt mount missing what i can do