JT Sprockets 428 Steel Rear Sprocket

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Rating 4.48 of 5 (5 Reviews)

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JT 428 Steel Rear 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 steel or surface hardened sprocket as much as two and three times over
  • Item # 7834
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Kawasaki Models

  • KLX140 : 2008–2009, 2011–2016
  • KLX140 Monster Energy : 2009
  • KLX140L : 2014
  • KX100 : 1995–2009, 2011–2016
  • KX100 Monster Energy : 2009
  • KX80 : 1986–2000
  • KX80 Big Wheel : 1991–1994
  • KX85 : 2001–2016
  • KX85 Monster Energy : 2009

Yamaha Models

  • DT125 : 1978–1981
  • DT175 : 1977–1981
  • MX175 : 1977–1981
  • RT180 : 1990–1993, 1995–1998
  • TW200 : 1987–2012, 2014
  • XT225 : 1992–2007
  • XT350 : 1986–2000
  • YZ80 : 1980

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428 Steel Rear Sprocket

Good quality for the money. Very pleased.

Bill - January 11, 2016

(Pearland, TX)

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YZ 85

The sprocket is strong, but you're sacrificing that for weight! These are much heavier than aluminum sprockets. It should last considerably longer, though, and it was cheap.

Payne - August 14, 2013

(New Braunfels, TX)

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NOT an exact replacement for TW200

For some reason they recessed the inner 1" of the sprocket (for multi-fit I assume), so it does not look as sturdy as the original since there is less / thinner metal where you bolt it on to the wheel. As a result the bolts are seated in further than the OEM part, and the threads are not going to secure the sprocket to the wheel since they end before the nut contacts the hub. So off I go to home depot and incur an unanticipated expense and hassle to purchase new bolt/nut sets.

Pinback - August 30, 2011

(Leesburg, VA)

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JT- 428 Rear Sprocket

Great product for the money. Looks good also.

Mike Cecchini - December 3, 2009

(Little Egg Harbor, NJ)

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2004 crf100f

Very good item! Fits good and the price was cheap.

justus - May 13, 2009

(pitkin, LA)