Honda TRANSALP 525 CHAIN MAXIMUM SPLINE CONTACT DOUBLE LIFE FRONT SPROCKET 1989 TO 2013

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  1. fritzcoinc

    fritzcoinc Enjoying my last V8 Supporter

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    One issue with the final drive system of some Honda models is the quickly wearing output shaft as a result of the thin OEM front sprocket leading to breakdowns way out there or a very costly repair. Another is only one side of the teeth of the front sprocket can be used because the sprocket only fits on the counter-shaft one way.

    A proven way to reduce the wear on the output shaft is to use a wider sprocket.

    A way to better value and to double the sprockets life is to make a sprocket that fits on the shaft either way so both sides of the teeth can be used. Bear in mind you can't wear one side of the teeth all the way through, then flip the sprocket, and expect double life. You must reverse when a normal wear pattern develops.

    Now you can have minimum output shaft wear and longer front sprocket life with the FRITZCO DRIVELINE sprocket for the Honda Transalp. Additionally and very importantly, the 15mm wide hub on FRITZCO sprockets will bridge the wear pattern left by thinner sprockets and extend the shaft life of a worn shaft.

    The design of our sprockets provide good chain alignment, allows for full spline contact with the Transalp's output shaft, fit the countershaft either way extending its life, and provide straight up no hassle installation with the OEM two bolt retainer and it's fasteners or with the FRITZCO's quick change retainer ( see my other items for Quick change retainer ). Our sprockets are machined from alloy steel that in every way is comparable to OEM Honda and the best offered by other manufacturers. The sprockets are then given a heat treatment that provides a compatible sprocket for the Honda output shaft and longest chain wear life possible.

    This ad is for our 16 tooth , 15 tooth , soon to be 14 tooth sprockets and the quick change retainer.
    All are the Z-13 (13 tooth) spline used from 1989 to 2013 and 525 chain. These sprockets have a 15MM wide hub that covers all the shaft spline possible.


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    Buy a sprocket for highway and one for off-road. Slack the chain, pry off the Quick Change retainer, install a smaller sprocket, tighten the chain and hit some offroad.

    Our warranty extends to the fit of the sprocket to a stock, un-modified 1989 to 2013 Honda Transalp with the two bolt retainer. We are sorry but since we have no control over the environment this sprocket is to be used in wear is not covered by warranty. However, our sprockets are manufactured using the same processes as other manufacturers so the wear life of your sprocket will be the same as or better than sprockets from other manufacturers.

    Buy with confidence and shipped worldwide on eBay:

    Get them here:

    16 tooth:
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/332705714150

    15 tooth:
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/332705712922

    Quick change retainer ( fits Transalp, XRL, and several other Honda models):
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/331930817817
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  2. DualDog

    DualDog Been here awhile

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    I just purchased your product and looking forward to trying it out. It's been awhile since this was posted and it needs revived.
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  3. fritzcoinc

    fritzcoinc Enjoying my last V8 Supporter

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    Thank you!
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