Re: Excellent Chain And Sprocket Information
Originally Posted by Monstaman
...to help you decide what is the best way to go, read this below and make you own choice however one thing that comes out blindingly obvious is that running uneven or odd numbers on your front and rear sprockets will significantly increase your chain life.
14-Tooth vs. 15-Tooth Front Sprocket Wear
For (say) a 96-link chain ...
That's great, Monstaman! Thanks.
After changing to 14T on my 2007 695, I trully recommend it with the stock rear sprocket. The best mod one can have almost for free.
Don't know about wear but the change of the pull power is really big.
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