Everything I needed to replace my chain and sprockets, always the best shipping !
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Looks really nice and fit perfectly. I thought I was going to have to cut links like every chain I have purchased. Not this everything lined up.
I liked the ability to customize the order... all is good so until next time keep up the good work Motosport
The Renthal chain and sprocket kits are great. They fit perfect, look great and are very durable.
Great product for the money! Have always used Renthal products!
excellent product, the chain is DID brand
I’m so mad reason the only sprockets I can get a 54 tooth! That is too tall of a sprocket for this motorcycle! This thing needs about a 30 to choose because I’m in fifth gear I’m going 40 miles an hour first second third is under 10 miles an hour and that’s ridiculous can’t I get a custom brackets if it’s the same size but has less teeth so I can go faster?
I bought this a couple weeks ago because I needed a new set. I expected that they would hold up great because of the brand, and man was I right. I've been riding my bike hard for the few weeks I've had it, and I haven't seen one of the teeth bend one bit! I've been so satisfied with this purchase and it's definitely work paying for the Renthal brand because they outlast all the others!
All around good product. Love the fit and detail.
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Question asked by Jjjjj
Question:Q: What's the measurement from the center of the mounting holes?Question asked 1 month 22 days ago
Question answered by robertUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered 1 month 22 days agoAnswer: A: These are sold per specified make, year and model. The measurement will be determined by the bike.
Question asked by Axel Palsson
Question:Q: What would be the best sizes for the max speed out of the sproketQuestion asked Over 7 months ago
Question answered by Trevor GearheadUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered Over 7 months agoAnswer: A: Gearing will vary by fitment. Please call for suggestions!
Question asked by JhickmanWR450F
Question:Q: I have a this chain in gold for my 01 WR250F with low hours on it. I just bought a 07 WR450F, will my 250 chain work on my 450?Question asked Over 10 months ago
Question asked by Hokey412
Question:Q: Looking to get this for my 2004 blaster. I wanna go up one tooth in the front from a 13 to a 14. All i see are 100 link chains and its 92 stock. Will the 100 link fit alright?Question asked 1 year 7 months ago
Question answered by DaveGearheadUser's contributor status: Top 1Question answered 1 year 7 months agoAnswer: A: If you are only adding 1 tooth to the front sprocket then you should be fine.
Question asked by Ladyhardtail
Question:Q: What size front/ back sprocket size for 2003 kx250?Question asked 2 years 1 month agoI am wanting to buy the sprocket /chain for my sons Kawasaki K250 for Christmas present. He didn't say he wanted to go up or down in either of his sprocket size. But I do not know what is on it now. Can anyone help this old biker mama out with son's surprise present please?
Question answered by DavidUser's contributor status: Top 10 ContributorQuestion answered 2 years 1 month agoAnswer: A: OEM specs for the 2003 Kawasaki KX250 is 13 teeth front sprocket and 49 teeth rear sprocket.
Question asked by Joepro4
Question:Q: Is the front sprocket grooved?Question asked 2 years 3 months ago
Question answered by AlexUser's contributor status: Top 25Question answered 2 years 3 months agoAnswer: A: Yes, Renthal front sprockets are grooved.
Question asked by Jkrock
Question:Q: Front and rear sprocketsQuestion asked 2 years 10 months agoI have a 2009 Yamaha raptor 700se , my currently OEM Specs 14 front sprocket , rear sprocket 38 , am looking for high speed and should I get lower 13 or higher 15 front sprocket? Lower 36 or higher 40 for rear sprocket?
Question answered by jbam19User's contributor status: Top 100 ContributorQuestion answered 2 years 10 months agoAnswer: A: For higher speeds you go up in the front and down in the rear
Question asked by Gil250Crf
Question:Q: Size of pacakge and weight?Question asked 2 years 10 months agoCan anyone please tell me what is tge size of package with the set of DID Gd 120 natural chain with renthal 13 & 49 sprockets and weight of total package more or less? I asking since i need to carry it in my suitecase
Question answered by KRUSHERUser's contributor status: Top 100Question answered 2 years 10 months agoAnswer: A: Well the packaging of the actual chain and sprockets would fit in any suitcase, I have a picture of both in the packaging in a review right above where you posted this question, but the weight I can't help you there. Sprockets are light but the chain I'd guess is around 6 pounds maybe? Just a guess
Question asked by theSteeze
Question:Q: Replacing stock chain and sprocketQuestion asked 2 years 12 months agoI just bought a 2016 CRF450R and I'm looking to add some aftermarket parts. This is the first time I have had a bike worth modifying and the money to do so, so I'm pretty green when it comes to this kind of stuff. I ride mostly trails with some mx track in there every now and then. Most of the trails I ride are 2nd and 3rd gear trails, nothing that requires more top end power. I don't want to buy a setup so snappy I loop out coming out of every corner but I would like something that adds a little more bottom end git up. Can someone make a recommendation on front and rear sprocket size that you think would suit me?
Question answered by KRUSHERUser's contributor status: Top 100Question answered 2 years 12 months agoAnswer: A: Id say add two teeth to your rear sprocket, that will give you more bottom end snap
Question asked by Hulk
Question:Q: I have a 2001 KX250. Im looking for a 5o tooth rear sprocket but I would prefer a blue one to match the other aftermarket parts.Available?Question asked Over 3 years ago
Question answered by robertUser's contributor status: Top 10Question answered Over 3 years agoAnswer: A: Black, Green and Silver are the only available colors currently for you selected bike.