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Moose Racing Cromoly-Steel Front Motorcycle Sprocket

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4.2 (12 reviews)
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Moose Racing Cromoly-Steel Front Motorcycle Sprocket

Tough sprockets at an easy-to-handle price. Front sprockets are case-hardened chromoly-steel. Made in the USA.

  • Computer-designed to meet your ATV needs
  • CNC-machined, not stamped like so many other sprockets
  • Sprockets are constructed from 7075-T651 aluminum and hard-anodized black for superb strength and light weight
  • Moose's non-grooved design means more aluminum stays in contact with the chain for longer sprocket life
  • Made in the U.S.A.


Specifications and Options

Brand Moose Racing
Sprocket Teeth 12, 13, 14, 15, 16

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BikeBandit Store
Purchased in the past<br />Good quality
Francis D on Apr 15, 2020
Brand and Price
Joshua H on Jul 11, 2019
Purchased in the past<br />Good quality
Francis D on Apr 15, 2020
Quality and Price
Scott A on Jul 23, 2019
Brand and Price
Joshua H on Jul 11, 2019
Price & manufacturer.
Jerry J on Mar 17, 2019
I needed a front sprocket
Chris K on Jun 12, 2018
Quality brand
Michael T on Nov 22, 2017
Correct size
christie w on Oct 29, 2017
Quality and Price
Scott A on Jul 23, 2019
Price & manufacturer.
Jerry J on Mar 17, 2019
Have gs55oo 2007 need front sprocket &Seal for gs 5oo am thinking of changing my front sprocket &Seal?
Ronald S on Sep 26, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Ronald, thank you for the question. According to our records, an 07 GS500F uses a 16 tooth front sprocket and 39 tooth rear. Are these the specs you are looking for? Please let us know if there is anything else we can do for you by contacting us by email at [email protected], Live Chat or by phone toll-free at 1-888-339-3888. We are always more than happy to help.
I recently aquired a 1982 Honda XL80S. OEM sprockets are 15-37, I intend to replace the front (15) with this product and the rear (37) with a 36 tooth sunstar sprocket #100293. Can you recommend a chain?
Joe on Oct 8, 2012
BEST ANSWER: Thank you for your question. Yes,a company called RK makes excellent chains. The GB 420 MXZ chain has a high tensile strength, which means less streching and less adjustments. Perfect for torquey 4 stroke engine powered dirt bikes. Average tensile strength is 5,000 lbs. per square inch. Below is a link to the RK chain:
The factory spec for the 1982 Honda XL80S is 420 chain x 96 links
What size chain is recommended for this sprocket?
Mx4crider316 on Jul 12, 2012
BEST ANSWER: Thanks for your question! Please let us know your specific year, make, and model and we will be happy to assist you further!
What is the stock sprockets for a 2002 Honda XR80. I am thinking of getting sprockets to try and make the bike have a bit more power and speed to it. What would be the best choice?
null on Jun 17, 2011
BEST ANSWER: Thanks for your question! 14-46 is the stock gearing on the honda XR-80
What does the OEM gearing stand for. I see that it is different for different models. I have a 2004 wr450 with a stock 14 tooth front sproket. I want to replace it with a 14 tooth.
null on Jun 5, 2011
BEST ANSWER: Thanks for your question! OEM is Original Equipment Manufacture. OEM is the same as stock. Your bike came with the 14 tooth in front. If you are looking to replace the sprocket, it will be the 14 tooth.
how many teeth is there on a standerd front sprocket of a zx12r 2002 model
Adelitt on Aug 7, 2009
BEST ANSWER: That would come stock with a 18 tooth front sprocket and a 46 tooth rear sprocket.


4.2 / 5.0
12 Reviews
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Yes (11)
Would you recommend
Easy to install and Fits good,nice quality steel. Performance is also good. Hopefully it will last a long time.
November 17, 2016
over 3 years ago
Would you recommend
Fits like a glove
Very well built and effective drive sprocket. I expect it will last even in the sand of Michigan.
October 6, 2015
Would you recommend
Good sprocket
Only gave it a 4 out of 5 because I have not used it yet. Seems consistent quality to other sprockets I've had in the past , light weight and does the job. I cannot attest on its longevity yet
January 22, 2015
Would you recommend
Good Stuff
I got my money$ worth
September 25, 2014
Does not fit as advertised/not as shown
Sprocket received was not as shown in picture. spline pattern different, no included hardware. Returning for different part.
August 31, 2013
Would you recommend
Good product
Better than stock, uses easy to install c-clip vs. two 10 mm bolts and plate.
August 22, 2013
Would you recommend
Great upgrade
Four stars only because it fit differently than OEM. Once on it lines up nicely though.
January 6, 2012
Would you recommend
good as a chunk of machined metal can b
[...] I am not sure how much better this sprocket is compared to the stock one other than its made by moose
September 3, 2010
Would you recommend
14T Sprocket Review
The site is easy to use and there are lots of products to choose from.
September 19, 2009
Would you recommend
14T sprocket - best for mountain trails
From the factory, the bike will go about 80 MPH. I ride mountain trails with my son who rides an 80. This sprocket allows me to let out the clutch all the way while rolling at a walking pace - trail pace. I also needed more low end power for slowly climbling slippery rocky areas. The factory sprocket is 15 teeth. I was able to swap this sprocket out and adjust the chain in just a few minutes. The 14 tooth sprocket geared me down and also gave me more power. This makes the front wheel come off the ground easier. The low cost makes me want to try a 13 tooth sprocket just to see the difference.
August 16, 2009
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