Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'OZ Vendors & Flea Market' started by Blakduk, Jan 3, 2013.
I can't get the web site to work. Also emailed Ryan several days ago and nothing yet.
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
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:
Thanks for that, ok so its not just me having a blonde moment, would be keen to see if they are available.
If anyone hears from Ryan or if the Kush site starts working again can someone alert the forum. I will keep watching as well.
Site is still down. I hope Ryan makes a comeback!
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.
Just tried to purchase a Kush sprocket & site still non responsive?
Any body got any answers?
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.
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.
check his website and it looks like he'll and up running soon hopefully
making them in house instead of China
that's good news I'm happy with mine
Good to hear.
Hopefully they will be back in stock before i need another one.
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!
6000kms on mine and still looks good! Fairly easy riding thou.
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
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.
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!!!