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When do i change the chain and sprockets

My '05' yamaha xt125x has done 2500 miles since new and i'm not sure when to change the sprocket and chain. i've been told that the teeth are worn but i've only had the bike for 2months. i'm wondering how long can i ride in that condition.

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    j m Dec 14, 2008

    Didn't understand what you mean't mate.

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    j m Dec 17, 2008

    Thanx mate, slip of the finger on previous rating

  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2014

    I have a 2012 Hyosung Gt 650i and it it is very jerky when you screw the throttle on and flops of when slowing there's no smooth acceleration it just snaps on I can't carry a pillion because it to snappy and I've only done 25000 kms and have had to replace chain and sprockets I've been riding for thirty years and have never had this experience before

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I found this to be some great instructions on chains and how they work and what to look for........hope this helps you out! Careful out there! Signed: fellow Rider...

http://www.canyonchasers.net/shop/generic/chain.php

Posted on Dec 14, 2008

  • Roscoe007 Dec 15, 2008

    Just so you know... Giving me a Inapproate rating is the worst thing you can give..I spent time looking for your chain guide to help you out ..why the bad rating?

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Change them if spocket is worn you'll only wear out engine and chain,you should get about 7000miles out of a set as long as you ride normally,if you ride like a nut then they'll wear out!!

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