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520 Front Countershaft Sprocket
$23.95
$20.99
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JT 520 Front Countershaft Sprocket JT Sprockets are made exclusively from the finest Japanese 545C high carbon steel Heat treated and hand finished to meet or exceed OEM standards Outlasts any mild s
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530 Front Countershaft Sprocket
$21.95
$18.99
You save $2.96 (13%)
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JT 530 Front Countershaft Sprocket JT Sprockets are made exclusively from the finest Japanese 545C high carbon steel Heat treated and hand finished to meet or exceed OEM standards Outlasts any mild s

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Rusty B (Houston, TX)

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Just keeps on turning

This will be the third rear that I've put on in 40k miles. The current JT has well over 16k miles on, and I see no signs of wear whatsoever. Why would anyone go the aluminum route unless your a competitive racer. No one likes the idea of being stranded 1500 miles from home. Why would you?

Dave (San Diego, CA)

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Couldn't look better

Slid right on, perfect alignment, and perfect fit with chain. Durability rated 3 because I won't know for thousands of miles. Good part, good price.

Ben (Narvon, PA)

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The 52T rear won't fit a Yamaha Warrior

The 52 tooth rear sprocket will bolt onto the place it is supposed to, however the chain guide's steel bracket is so close to this sprocket that it won't allow for chain adjustment, making it impossible to use the 52T sprocket. I suppose one could use this but it would require cutting and welding the chain guide mount and fabricating a completely new chain guide. I'll use it on my 1981 YZ250 instead since steel JT sprockets have always given me good service.

Graham (Longmont, CO)

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Sprocket

Changed down to a 15 tooth sprocket, from 16 on my 1998 Honda VFR and can feel better acceleration throughout the range. May have lost a few mph on top end? The fit of the part was excellent, didn't have the rubber insert of the OEM part possibly a little noisier? Was a 15 minute replacement.

Adam (portland, TX)

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good sprocket for a great price

ive used this brand for a while and, while it isnt a vortex, it meets my durability and fit requirements which to me is most important.

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