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Hi i want know is possible to get rear spocket with 3 less tooth and will able ride better?

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Hi,you can get most sizes for a fj,check your local bike shop,if they dont have any in stock they can be made to order,they are a fairly common bike so you shouldnt have any problem,just make sure you get the right pitch sprocket,i think from memory that the fj is a 530 pitch,hope this helps...cheers

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