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post #1 of 12 Old 10-06-2009, 06:57 PM Thread Starter
 
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Question Where do I buy 12t sprocket and is it recommended?

I have 24" rear tires with a 13t sprocket at the moment. I hear thats like having stock tires with stock sprocket. If this is true I'd like to get a 12t sprocket to get that 13t sprocket feel that everyone raves about. Let me know your opinions and if anyones knows where I can get the 12t sprocket post the link. Thanks, scott


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i cant seem to get the link thing to work but they have one on ebay right now
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I'd get mine from Rocky Mountain ATV...you'll just have to order it for a 450r...it'll be the same one that fits the 700xx though.



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12t on stock tires would be fun


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ya starting in 3rd. I can do that racing on flat ground with a 13t
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I still think 13t is perfect. If the tires gripped more, I might move to 12t though. I dont need to do 90mph through the trees anyway


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I still think 13t is perfect. If the tires gripped more, I might move to 12t though. I dont need to do 90mph through the trees anyway
I have the 24" Kenda Bear Claws so not only am I gripping better but I have taller, heavier tires to lug around. Thats why I was thinking 12t. Thoughts?


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If you don't have the funds for the Big 3 then try the 12 tooth and let us know. You'll only be out 25-35 bucks for the sprocket if its too low. I wouldn't think you would need a 12 tooth with more power though.

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If you don't have the funds for the Big 3 then try the 12 tooth and let us know. You'll only be out 25-35 bucks for the sprocket if its too low. I wouldn't think you would need a 12 tooth with more power though.
You're right, I wouldn't need it with the big 3 but I'm not going to get the big 3. I always buy the cheap ones. $8, they've never done me wrong in the last 6 years of riding.


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Yeah cheap enough to try the 12t sprocket. I would think with 24" tire should make it like stock 14t with no big3. I highly recommend getting the big3 though... you'll recommend it too!


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