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QUOTE (phatboyz @ Jun 6 2008, 11:44 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=2113you keep your rear lubed??oh my!!LOL jk

Are you applying for the position?? LOL...

My sprocket Specialist aluminum rear still looks new that I got last year and it has a TON of passes on it.
Getting another one next week...one tooth bigger.

I hate paying that price, however, after seeing how it wears...it's worth it. As said, proper chain tension is really the key to life on them.
 

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Yep...keep in mind my bike is drag race only. Between the track and the dunes, easily 200 passes or more...probably closer to 250.
To be 100% honest, I would run steel if I had the opportunity, but...because I have a Honda Rear Sprocket hub, they don't go as high as I need them to. After seeing how mine wore...though, I'm no longer hesitant about aluminium. Your mileage may vary...of course.

Duneland/David Allan Racing by Silver Lake carries them. Same price to order from them then going directly to sprocket specialists...and the two times I called SS, the woman was an absolute BIYATCH...

My next axle will be Yamaha 6 bolt, and I will more than likely go back to the cheaper and more readily available steel.
 
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