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rear sprocket - January 24, 2009, 09:08 AM

so this was my first time swapping one out by myself....I was excited I did it by myself (well my ex held the flashlight for me)

so the goal was to change the sprocket before the trip to NJ today for my daughter's father and daughter dance....lol Girl Scouts.

Went from a Driven 44 tooth rear to a JT steel 45 tooth rear. 520, 99 gsxr 750.

Here is what I saw when I went to install the new sprocket. My hub as 6 screw holes....the damn new sprocket only has 5 and the centr hole isn't even big enough!!!!

How can this be?

This is the new sprocket on the hub... (look at the teeth on the old one, ZOMG...about to put another 300+ miles on it this weekend)



This is the old sprocket over the new sprocket



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January 24, 2009, 09:22 AM

Wrong sprocket? Where did you get it from? That sucks all that work taking it off then just to put it back.
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Wrong sprocket? Where did you get it from? That sucks all that work taking it off then just to put it back.
yea man...even the package said it was the correct sprocket.

I got it from Motorcyclesuperstore.com
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January 24, 2009, 09:48 AM

I've ordered from them before. They are usually on top of things. Maybe your rim isn't oem. Were you the first owner?
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January 24, 2009, 09:55 AM

Is there a code stamped on the sprocket?


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January 24, 2009, 09:56 AM

i got that rim brand new from a shop in CT. They mis-priced it on ebay...I got it for $65. Motoneko put it on. And I ordered the Driven chain and sprocket kit from Motoneko, it was for 99 gsxr 750. The rim is a 99 gsxr 750 rim.
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Is there a code stamped on the sprocket?
There is a code stamped on it...I also called and confirmed the order was for a 99 gsxr 750, they said yes. I will post up the code on the sprocket after I get back from Jersey on Sunday.
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January 24, 2009, 02:09 PM

that looks like a dirt bike sprocket,

Its def. not for a sport bike.


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that looks like a dirt bike sprocket,

Its def. not for a sport bike.
dirt bike? when your order sprockets from motorcyclesuperstore.com you have to put in the year/make/and model of the bike to see if they have it. I know I don't know a lot about bikes, but I know I don't ride a dirt bike lol....
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January 24, 2009, 09:17 PM

if your positive its a 99' GSXR 750 rim then they obviously sent you the wrong sprocket, send motorcyclesuperstore.comthat pic and tell them they f'd up. And then watch TV....


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While your waiting....clean those gross ass rims
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