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One sprocket, two metals, with Stealth rear sprockets from Supersprox, you get a long-lasting, but still relatively light, rear sprocket for your bike.

This is done by using 7075 series aluminum for the carrier portion of the ring that is then bonded to a zinc-plated steel sprocket on its perimeter using forged stainless steel rivets. The high-wear portion, being made of steel, stands up to long-term use much better than any kind of aluminum could hope to while the aluminum carrier keeps the whole assembly lighter than an all-steel rear sprocket.

We have these patented rear sprockets available for a variety of motorcycles.

To order yours, call TJ on 866.931.6644 ext 817, send us a PM here or email [email protected] and we’ll get back to you right away.
 

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these have been my go to sprocket for many years and bikes, very hard to beat (up!). Well over 10 years ago I was introduced to them and recall reading about the steel hardening process that was the same as used on the Space Shuttle docking latches. I suspect they are still the same. I've never been able to wear one out.
 
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