50 Tooth Rear Sprocket Install
I installed a 50 tooth rear sprocket from Sprocket Specialists. It's all-aluminum and cost $100 including the coating. Really light. The mounting bolts probably weigh more than the sprocket. Overall fit and finish was good. I had to file the inside edge and put a slight bevel on it to make it slide over my hub. Then it tapped right into place with a rubber mallet. The bolt heads fit snugly against the inner race. I found that my current set-up of 16/45 wasn't low enough for some of the gnarly Jeep trails that I ride. Unfortunately my currnent chain isn't long enough. I'm ordering a 120 from CJ Designs. It might be hard keeping the front wheel on the ground now!
"Over the Mountains Of the Moon,
Down the Valley of the Shadow, Ride, boldly ride,"
The shade replied- "If you seek for Eldorado!" E.A.P. 1849
04 KTM 950 ADV ~ "BEASTIE", '08 KTM 450 XCR-W, Husky 360 WR/CR, Bultaco Frontera 250