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JT Sprockets combines leading-edge technology with top materials to produce strong and lightweight sprockets that meet or exceed the highest possible quality standards set for the motorcycle industry. All sprockets are heat-treated and sandblasted to reduce material surface tension. Front Sprocket Features -Made with C45 steel and SCM415 chromoly steel alloy Rear Sprocket Features -Made with top-quality-grade C45 high-carbon steel
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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
from So Cal
Comments about JT Sprockets Alloy Sprocket:
The sprocket was very easy to install and you can't beat the price. the JR50 is now more manageable in loose sand with the added torque from going down a tooth!
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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By Heikkila the Submariner
from Kings Bay, Ga
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Fit well, no slack between the sprocket and the shaft. Had to loosen my chain tensioner, but that just shows how much my old sprocket was worn down.
Alloy means aluminum
from Dallas, Texas
Note, alloy at Bike Bandit means aluminum alloy. The word "alloy" means a mixture of different elements, or metals. Iron or aluminum can be alloyed with different elements to obtain different properties. For instance, iron and carbon make steel, add molybdenum and chromium and you get exceptionally strong steel. Bike bandit webside doesn't make it clear that they use "alloy" to mean only aluminum, and a phone call to them had salesman telling me they were steel. Would be nice if Bikebandit would make it clear these were aluminum, or at least show manufacturer's part number for independent research by potential buyers, thus saving me a month of dealing with getting steel sprockets and credit for freight and for the original sprockets after return. Not to mention two hours of waiting on hold and thus burning up my phone minutes.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Should have come factory
I am able to cruise the same speed with less engine noise and strain. I get better gas mileage in the deal. It still retains more than enough gearing to take off in first. I would recommend to anyone for their Honda rebel.
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