CushDrive Sprocket System - Bolt On Cush Hub

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by mattscott, Apr 17, 2017.

  1. filterwrench

    filterwrench Been here awhile

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    Thanks keep us posted on the sproket.
  2. S10gto

    S10gto Been here awhile

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    Sprocket reports anyone....:confused
  3. Lutz

    Lutz Fuzzy Rabbit

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  4. JCARTER

    JCARTER Chillin

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    2000 miles on the cush drive installed on my WR450. Bought it in July or so last summer. Seems to be working great. I put a 15 tooth up front and 47 cush drive out back. I ride freeway/highway up to 70 MPH on 10-25 mile stretches until hitting dirt. I have not had any problem at all. Chain slap seems to be less and at times non existent. Have not seen nor felt any transmission issues in gears or any other parts that 70 mph non cush drive riding would normally/or might occur. So I decided to ride the crap out of the bike and so far 2000 miles no problems. I will continue to monitor and let you all know if something goes bad in my transmission and if it is related to running high speeds on freeway. I went for a ride yesterday and was perfect no issues.

    It is a robust engineered product.


    so far very high thumbs up!

    JC

    P.S I weigh 285 lbs so that would take its toll also but I still have no issues.

    I would never before ride my bike more then one mile on the freeway at 70 MPH. But now its working and no problemo so far.. going on season 2 of the Cushdrive. Keep in Mind I rode a hard Moab trip last year and I felt and seen a lot of rocks hit the drive and I hit a lot of stumps. Have some scratches but that's it. No bends or dents. And I came down real hard on a rock with full force the cush hit it first with all my weight and not one tooth broke. Then Rode all the way home on the freeway 200 miles or so. Sweet product.
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  5. rsl47m

    rsl47m Been here awhile Supporter

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    I am unable to find this info on your site.
    Do you have one to fit a 2006 Husky 610?

    I want one if you do.

    Thanks
    Bob
  6. JCARTER

    JCARTER Chillin

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    Are you saying info that I stated? If so it is not my product. I simply purchased the product in July from http://www.cushdrive.com/ and reported back my experience to this thread.

    Regards,

    JC
  7. filterwrench

    filterwrench Been here awhile

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    Thanks for your review, you seem to be one of a very few people that have given reviews about this product. even the website has little in the form of updates.
  8. vellies

    vellies Been here awhile

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    Is this place still in business. I cannot seem to place an order to ship to Canada, and the website has no contact details??
  9. JCARTER

    JCARTER Chillin

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    Vellies,
    This is my contact when I purchased it. I don't know if they are still around or not. But their site is up and looks like you can place an order to me.
    Contact:
    Mathew Scott-
    matt@adventure-imports.com

    "
    Hey Brent,


    Sorry for the delay, I got started on building your sprocket and forgot to send you the website!


    http://www.cushdrive.com/?product=cushdrive-sprocket-system


    Follow the link above and select Yamaha and 47.


    The sprocket is built and ready to ship out before the weekend. "
  10. VonBiker

    VonBiker Work sucks and then you RIDE!

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    I place an order, and they immediately cancelled it. they cannot get them now bummer
  11. JCARTER

    JCARTER Chillin

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    Hmm. Well Since Jun of last year a roundish, I have not spoke to anyone since. So I don't know what is happening. Sorry.

    JC
  12. 01moto

    01moto n00b

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    FYI, I have stocks of MOX sprockets and parts, Im in Sydney, Australia so shipping would be a factor, but the exchange rate would probably negate that, send me a PM for price and availability
  13. MikeL59

    MikeL59 n00b

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    I bought one from the Cushdrive site about a month ago. No problems.
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  14. Shooter1

    Shooter1 Been here awhile

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    Any more updates on longevity of this product, availability of replacement bushings and sprockets? Thinking of one for my '07 EXC450.
    Thanks.
  15. JCARTER

    JCARTER Chillin

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    Mine still going strong. No problems with bushings and sprockets.
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  16. C.Hensley

    C.Hensley Been here awhile

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    I'm also interested to know if you have one to fit a Husqvarna TE610. I have an 08 it would be the same as rsl47m's 06. Let us know please.
  17. BygDaddee

    BygDaddee Where do I get a pie

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    1000km on my Mox now on the 450, all good

    Great value for a lower Km user if you ask me
  18. Magus

    Magus Never grew up... Supporter

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    I just picked one up for my 500 XC-W. Straight forward transaction and good communication from the US rep.


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  19. C.Hensley

    C.Hensley Been here awhile

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    Too bad we still dont know if they make one for a Husky TE610. Is the US rep on adv rider?
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  20. Magus

    Magus Never grew up... Supporter

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    Laura Chain
    Operations Manager
    Adventure Imports
    P: +1 (480)410-5864
    laura@adventure-imports.com

    She might could help...