Kush Sprockets

Discussion in 'OZ Vendors & Flea Market' started by Blakduk, Jan 3, 2013.

  1. Sammax

    Sammax Unconfused

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    I can't get the web site to work. Also emailed Ryan several days ago and nothing yet.
  2. Trials Rider

    Trials Rider n00b

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    Hi Guys

    Are the Kush drive sprockets still available, if so does anyone have the web link, I have had a scunk around and cant find it

    Cheers

    Paul
  3. Sammax

    Sammax Unconfused

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    Pretty easy to find, search on "kush sprocket". I don't know if they are still available but it's not looking good. I can't put anything in my cart and the owner or employee hasn't responded to my PM yet but it's only been a few days.

    Web site is:
    http://www.kushsprockets.com/
  4. Trials Rider

    Trials Rider n00b

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    Thanks for that, ok so its not just me having a blonde moment, would be keen to see if they are available.

    Cheers

    Paul
  5. Sammax

    Sammax Unconfused

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    If anyone hears from Ryan or if the Kush site starts working again can someone alert the forum. I will keep watching as well.
  6. 250kicker

    250kicker Adventurer

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    Site is still down. I hope Ryan makes a comeback!
  7. Sammax

    Sammax Unconfused

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    I really hope he does too. I wished I would have been able to score the size I wanted (45 or 50) before the AWOL. Great idea.
  8. mr bones

    mr bones Been here awhile

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    Just tried to purchase a Kush sprocket & site still non responsive?

    Any body got any answers?
  9. Farmer Roy

    Farmer Roy Been here awhile

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    ???????????????
  10. motoinmoab

    motoinmoab Questioning Reality

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    Aug 31, site still down. I hope he comes back, I have one on my DRZ and really like it. I was looking to buy another to change my gearing.
  11. Sammax

    Sammax Unconfused

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    I sure wish him all the best for trying and I hope he makes a come back. I have a cush hub now but I would still love one of these for my second rim so I could change the gearing easily.
  12. mpatch

    mpatch Long timer

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    check his website and it looks like he'll and up running soon hopefully
    making them in house instead of China
  13. felixblack1

    felixblack1 Burgers

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    that's good news :clap I'm happy with mine
  14. WILL_S

    WILL_S OUTLAW POSTIE 001

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    Good to hear.
    Hopefully they will be back in stock before i need another one.
  15. Sammax

    Sammax Unconfused

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    I don't need necessarily need 1 since I broke the bank by buying a cush hub but you can bet I'm buying at least one.

    Go Ryan! Go Ryan! Go Ryan!
  16. Farmer Roy

    Farmer Roy Been here awhile

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  17. 0405canvet

    0405canvet Been here awhile

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    6000kms on mine and still looks good! Fairly easy riding thou.
  18. Farmer Roy

    Farmer Roy Been here awhile

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    mine lasted 1500km
    loved it while it lasted
    problem was the dampening materials came unbonded & got hammered to nothing

    love the concept, hope the new generation have better life
  19. baldman1

    baldman1 Been here awhile

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    I put one on my XR650L about 1 year ago. I have put on about 2,000 hard miles on it and so far it looks like new still. I will be riding my loaded up XRL to Central America in June. I will post on how the sprocket held up when I get back. I am also taking a stock sprocket just in case.
  20. Sammax

    Sammax Unconfused

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    I expect them to be expendable like normal sprockets. So if they get even close to the same usage but with a higher price I think it's still worth it since it should be adding protection to the transmission.

    So looking forward to it!!!:clap