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Hi,
My question is related to my 2010 Monster 1100S ABS,
but I think any single-sided swingarm shares the same kind of mounting with rear sprocket.

So, I changed the chain & sprockets kit on my Monster 1100, replacing the original sprocket with a Supersprox RST733 525 42T
As it is the 1st time that I do it (and that it is not specified in the workshop manual)
I did not take out the bush from the old sprocket to put it in the axis of the new one.

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The bush in the old sprocket (in red)

I cannot remember if the rear sprocket flange was fitted tight or not.
I asked Supersprox about mounting instructions without success. :(

Has anyone ever fitted a Supersprox Stealth sprocket and can confirm that I have to disassemble everything? :cry:
Or then, I am lucky and Supersprox makes a sprocket with the right diameter of the axis
and it is not worth adjusting it with a bush ... yes I know, Xmas, it was 2 months ago ;)

Thanks in advance for any advice,

Laurent
 

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Hi,

End of the story (for those interested)
So Supersprox Stealth sprockets don't need the original bush.
I disassemble again for nothing.:(

HTH
Laurent
 
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