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2005 Suzuki RMZ250

Turner Steel Sprocket - Rear

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OEM Stock Sizes for a 2005 Suzuki RMZ250
Chain Type: 520 Chain Length: 114
Front Sprocket: 13 Rear Sprocket: 48
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Turner Steel Sprocket - Rear

Product Description

The Turner Steel Sprocket is an easy and affordable way to replace or upgrade your O.E.M. sprocket.

  • Made exclusively from the finest high-carbon steel.
  • Outlasts any mild steel or surface-hardened sprocket.
  • Heat treated and hand finished.
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1 star   1
good price.
kalethemastah Location: Stuart, FL, USA
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Location: Stuart, FL, USA
Good value for sunday riders

good price.

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Location: houston
Great buy

Looks like stock which is what i was looking for. Have a couple tanks of hard riding on it and show no signs of wear.

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Location: Dubai - United Arab Emirates
Strong, durable, great value (heavy as expected)

Great value and is lasting really well, even though I run with an almost dry chain. The sand is so fine here (Dubai) impossible to run with heavily oiled chain.

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Top 1000 Contributor
96 CR250 Rebuild Project

Got this for a rebuild project and it does everything it should. It's a little heavier than I would have preferred, but for the price you can't beat it. I'd recommend to anyone looking for a solid, affordable fix.

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BEST EVER

very good sprocket for money when you buy a renthal your just buying the name

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Location: Lake Charles, LA, USA
Cheap, Durable.

Not the lightest, prettiest or the most fancy but it gets the job done very well. It wears very slowly and takes a beating.

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Location: Columbus, Oh
Good Sprocket

Nice sprocket. After many rides it shows no wear. And you can't beat the price!

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Location: Gulfport, Ms
Good sprocket for the money

Bought this sprocket to test out different gearing for my bike and was suprised at how well its held up since it was so cheap.

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Cheap by not Cheap

Excellent price and works just as good and any other sprocket I've used.

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Location: Bellingham MA
Great sprocket

I have bought four of these, one for my wives 300ex, one for my 400ex, one for my kx125, and one for my cr250r. this sprocket has taken all kinds of abuse from hill climes on a four stroke to motto cross races with the two stroke. The only bad that i have found with this sprocket is its not light like aluminum.

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Over 4 years ago
How many link chain do i need for my 2004 cr125 with a 52 teeth sprocket?
How many link chain do i need for my 2004 Honda cr125 with a 52 teeth sprocket? Right now i have a sun star 53 also What size sprocket should i get for my 2004 Honda cr125?
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 4 years ago Location: Portland, OR
We only sell chains that have 120 links, and you will need to cut it down to size.
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CR250RRider Over 4 years ago Location: Ky
If I ride a 93' cr250 with stock chain and 47 sprocket and i want to go to 50 will i need a new longer chain?
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 4 years ago Location: Portland, OR
You possibly might need a new chain depending on how much you can adjust the chain tension (chain blocks) to get more links available to accommodate a bigger rear sprocket.
Over 3 years ago
depends on how much adjustment you have left in that chain. but if your getting a sprocket i'd just order a new chain so the old one won't ruin the sprocket.
nick66 Over 5 years ago Location: alabama
How long will this sproket last me cuz i ride my RM 85 2-stroke pretty hard and my other sproket didnt last me 2 months?
MotoSport Staff
Over 5 years ago Location: Por+land
Hard to say, these are steel sprockets so I would hope it lasts you at least the same amount of time.
Over 4 years ago
it should last more than 2 months if you keep your bike maintained and in good shape. making sure the chain is properly adjusted to height is a real important thing because if it is not properly maintained, your sprocket will not last long.
kx250fridr Over 5 years ago
I have a Kx 250 f and i race motocross will the extra weight really bother racing or slow me down?
MotoSport Staff
Over 5 years ago Location: Portland, OR
You probably wont even really notice it.
1 year ago
No because your never going to get out of 3rd or 4th gear
dirtynurse Over 5 years ago Location: abilene
I am looking for a 52 teeth rear sprocket how many does this one have?
Top 1000 Contributor
Over 5 years ago Location: Three Forks, Montana
If you go into were you select the sproket it should have the sizes they have in stock. If they dont have to 52 you can wait a few weeks and then they might have it.
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