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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-23-2012, 07:27 PM Thread Starter
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Front sprocket 696 & 1100 different?

Doing a sss swap on my 696 and wondering if I order a front 525 14T for a 696 or a 1100? Are they different?


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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-26-2012, 02:17 PM
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Yes, they are different. The front sprocket on the 696/796 has the carrier plate and NO center nut on the output shaft. The 1100 has the center nut to secure the sprocket. They are not interchangeable from what I understand.

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Yes, they are different. The front sprocket on the 696/796 has the carrier plate and NO center nut on the output shaft. The 1100 has the center nut to secure the sprocket. They are not interchangeable from what I understand.
Ah, thanks for the info, so I'll just get a 525 14T 696/796 sprocket to mesh up with the 525 39T on the rear of my 1100 swing arm.


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FYI- 696 and 796 front sprockets are different on the offset.
unless you got the 1100 rear sprocket and chain free...i would do a 520 instead of a 525 on the 696

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FYI- 696 and 796 front sprockets are different on the offset.
unless you got the 1100 rear sprocket and chain free...i would do a 520 instead of a 525 on the 696

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Thanks for the heads up! What I'm doing is a 1100 swingarm on a 696. I have a 520 14T front sprocket and chain on the 696 and the 525 39T rear sprocket on the swingarm. I really want to get as close as I can to the gearing I currently have with my 45/14 combo. What do you think would be the most cost effective way to achieve that?


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What did you end up with sprocket and chain wise on the sss swap on your 696?
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