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Old 23-08-2005
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What Sprocket Should I buy

I'm looking to get some new sprockets for my 300 EXC. What do you guys recommend?
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Old 23-08-2005
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steel sprockets

unless you are a super gun enduro rider trying to reduse weight
aluminium are light but get chewed out heaps faster then steel so unless your trying to shave 1/10th of a second of a loop time then go alloy if your asking what brand to buy that depends on personel preference i go renthals
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Old 23-08-2005
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Steel ones If you're going to keep it forever and a day (years!) go Chain Gang, if not just go with any steel ones and spend the saved money on petrol (or beer).
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Old 23-08-2005
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I've been using JT steel sprockets for years and not had any problems!
Cheap too, at nearly half the cost of same size renthals and last twice as long.
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Old 24-08-2005
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Thanks guys. I think the JTs are cheaper than CG..Might check them out first...
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Old 24-08-2005
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Stealth sprockets are steal on the outside for long wearing and have an alloy center to save weight.... look pretty schmick too.
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Old 24-08-2005
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I just fitted a stealth sprocket. Bling Bling.
Ill keep you posted on the wear and tear if you like.
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Old 24-08-2005
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stay away from the M-tax alluminium sprockets my boss chewed threw it in one ride on his new demo wr450 ( i can clarify this as i did al the tyre and sprocket changing ) stocka to M-tax, back to stocka as nuthin was rong with it then i hgad to put a chain gang 1 on and its still fine after 3 more rides.
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