Originally Posted by TommyT
The rear sprocket was too big (I'd already shortened the chain), so I had to take the wheel off and put the old sprocket back on…
Normally I wouldn't go by the reg, but I knew for a fact the bike couldn't have been pre 05, but I wasn't expecting it to be later. I'll give Corby a bell on Monday. Do you order parts off them too?
ya ordered a lot of them before for an enduro bike and they may not be the cheapest but are unreal helpfull. they will be selling all genuine parts though so will be dear.
as for the sprocket was it too large to on onto the wheel or just too big for the chain?
very easily could of had the wrong sprocket on the bike initally when you got it.
also most garages will have a full list of what sprokets and chains are for each bike, just ask. send me a pm for my number if you want to get more help or ask anything
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