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Post by Johnny » 11:04 pm Dec 08 2006

What are the stock sprockets that come on the 2001 KDX220. Is the front 13T and the rear 48T?

I guess I could go out to the freezing cold garage and count them but I am not sure if the ones I have on the bike are stock or not since I bought the bike used. Plus with all of you guys around I'm sure someone knows the answer off the top of their head.

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Post by Jeb » 11:11 pm Dec 08 2006

You're only off by one tooth . . .

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Post by bradf » 11:17 pm Dec 08 2006

you couldda asked if it was 13T and 46T
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Post by KDXer » 11:18 pm Dec 08 2006

13-47....
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Post by Johnny » 11:52 pm Dec 08 2006

I think that is what I have but I will count them tomorrow. When I do change them I will keep it the same. My front sprocket needs replacing soon. Can you just take that thnig off, flip it around and put it back on???????? Doubt it, but thought I would ask.

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Post by KDXer » 12:00 am Dec 09 2006

You can but I wouldn't. You will probably find it snaps the tips off the teeth.

BTW It should have the amount of teeth stamped on the sprocket somewhere.
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Post by it175 » 08:22 pm Dec 09 2006

Thats what I run with a stock non o ring chain.
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