JT Sprockets 520 Aluminum Rear Sprocket

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JT 520 Aluminum Rear Sprocket
  • Made from the latest generation of computer design and control metal cutting equipment for maximum durability
  • JT rear sprockets are made from the finest 7075 T6 aluminum
  • All sprockets are heat treated and hand finished to meet or exceed the highest possible quality standards
  • Item # 6506
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Yamaha Models

  • Banshee 350 : 2000–2003
  • Blaster 200 : 2001
  • Raptor 660R : 2001, 2003–2005
  • Warrior 350 : 1991, 2000–2003
  • WR400F : 1998
  • YZ125 : 1995–1998
  • YZ250 : 1989, 1992–1998
  • YZ400F : 1998

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JT aluminum sprocket

Great value and fits very well. Would buy again!

Greg L. - October 10, 2011

(Maugansville, MD)

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Great

Great sprocket for the money

Evan Bays - October 7, 2009

(p-burg, KY)

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JT Sprocket

Excellant value for the price.

Richard Gray - January 27, 2009

(Sharon, MA)

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did not fit

Seems like a good sprocket but did not fit for my bike even though it was listed as part for bike. Bike: 2006 honda xr650l. Had to buy new sprocket bolt set and some spacers.

robert - June 24, 2008

(livingston, CA)

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Fit perfectly

It fit great as a stock replacement for a crf 230f honda.

Anthony - June 23, 2008

(ROCHESTER, NY)

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CRF 230 Rear sprocket

I bought this sprocket to try to get more bottom-end grunt from my bike. The sprocket performs as designed, but my bike just needs more torque (I wish they made a cam for this bike). I bought the biggest rear sprocket and the smallest front sprocket available but I wasn't able to get enough change.

joel collins - November 12, 2007

(Masrlborough, MA)