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Chain and sprockets advice required

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Done under 2000 miles on a brand new chain n sprockets

 

I am totally aware that chains n sprockets wear in "harmony" but my question is:-

could I replace the front sprocket for an OEM unit now?

 

OR

 

 

would you advise against :dontknow: :dontknow: :dontknow:

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Should be ok... not recommended like, but life on the edge eh!

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I would do that, specially if the "old" sprocket is aftermarket product with no rubbers.

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Paul as your Barber told you don't go out without Rubbers

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I would do that, specially if the "old" sprocket is aftermarket product with no rubbers.

Yes Henri, I failed to mention the reasoning behind switching sprockets but you have made the connection! :niceone2:

The difference in noise is pretty substantial

 

Thanks guys for all your input.....................................................yes and you too Bry :biggrin3d:

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Does anyone have a link to a cheap, but good sproket set? PM appreciated

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