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Renthal Front & Rear Sprockets

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Since inception, Renthal has engineered exceptionally well-made parts for motorcycles of all kinds. Their hard-anodized rear sprockets along with case-hardened front sprockets are no exception. Each component is manufactured for perfect concentricity, that is – roundness, for the most efficient power transfer possible.


Rear sprockets are fabricated using 7075 series aluminum for strength and increased longevity over lesser metals used by some other manufacturers. This harder aluminum is more difficult to manufacturer, but along with Renthal’s hard-anodizing process, wear resistance is further increased.


Front sprockets are built using a proprietary nickel-chrome-molybdenum steel are then case hardened (another not-inexpensive process) for long-lasting durability. And of course, each sprocket is engineered for your exact application. As with the rear sprocket, you get a well thought out sprocket that has been employed to win world championships by various factory race teams for many, many years!


Available in 520, 525 and 530 chain pitches for most machines, we recommend ordering both front and rear sprockets at the same time so as to


And don’t forget to take advantage of our killer D.I.D ERV3 X-Ring 520 chain offer. You’d already be halfway there replacing your sprockets, so it wouldn’t be a stretch to go the whole hog and get it all done in one go.


 To order yours, call us on 866.931.6644 ext 817, send a note to TJ via email; forum@ridersdiscount.com or just send a PM right here along with the exact model and year of your machine, along with the tooth counts you need and we’ll get back to you right away!

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6 minutes ago, blue03636 said:

I absolutely love these sprockets.

So do I.  Great durability and strength.

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Partner those sprockets up with the DID ERV3 chain that we have on special right now.

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