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Thread: Custom Alloy rear sprockets

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    Custom Alloy rear sprockets

    If you are building a full custom bike & want a trick sprocket or if you're doing a wheel/swingarm conversion & need an oddball sprocket or just can't get the correct final drive ratio we can make you a custom sprocket in any pitch/size/design you require. All our sprockets are made from high quality 7075 grade aluminium. Anodising & contrast engraving is also available.
    Custom sprockets start at $150

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    Are offest front sprockets available?
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    I would say offset counts as oddball Clint! Im interested too. Will probs need one for my gsx dwn the track!

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    I don't do alloy front sprockets, the only one off front sprockets I do are modifications to steel ones.

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    hi ben designs can you do or different cut outs.

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    I can do whatever you'd like, here's one I did the other day
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    How's that for fucking service

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    Bloke with a smaller stick BANDITROD's Avatar
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    Are they strong Ben ...I have had a renthal alloy rear go to pieces on my bandit before ...my own fault it wasn't hard anodized I bought the wrong one

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    Of course they are strong all my sprockets are made from 7075 grade alloy, anodising can help although the thing that wrecks an alloy sprocket quicker than anything is a lack of mantainence, regular cleaning of the chain & sprockets & plenty of good quality lube, I don't recommend using chain wax as it tends to attract grit & crud more & it's harder to clean off . I have customers that have done 30000kms+ on my sprockets.

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    Good stuff I wasn't doubting you mate

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    as soon as i ruin one on the 'prilia i think i'll get you to make me a fancy pants one.

    I'll send you an email in the early new year about getting those rearsets done.
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    hey ben about lubing a chain with alloy sprockets what is a good lube to use mate i currently use MOTUL is that still a good product to use with the alloy sprockets ?


    thanks heaps mate

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    Yes thats a good one, i've used it plenty.

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    that is excellent info thanks heap ben much apprecaite

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    I'd just like to say, Ben... you suck.. My wallet was going alright till the Extreme Creations advert up top caught my eye with BXP Risers which I just HAVE to have now with my new paint and bars, so just as my savings for them start you go and throw sprockets into the mix.. I swear if you make any more billety goodness grrrrr...

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    What's a sprocket for ?

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    if those ARE radiator cores cause you or i any more greif you can melt the fuckers down and turn them into sprokets.

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    Nah to soft...

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    Shit Ben, Ive just added another thing for you to make on my list of goodies! 2013 will be another empty wallet year for me
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