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Susuki GS125 - front sprocket
Susuki X4 - rear sprocket
Posted on Mar 12, 2015
The fastest way to find a replacement part for a motorcycle that has no parts available locally is to remove that parts and bring to a parts store or dealer where they can match it with a like part. In you're case a tooth more or less won't hurt. Eben the thickness can be shaved down from any metal shop in you're area if you find one that is thicker. Ask to speak with a parts manager or technician thathhave seen and or replace many sprockets. Worst case you can have a machine chop with a 3d machine cut you one from stracth. It might be a lot cheaper then you think. Technology today is amazing if you find the right shop with new modern equipment.
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