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Need to replace sprocket on 930 trek singletrack

The gears on the big outside sprocket are stripped can I do it myself or would I need to bring it to a local bike shop.

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You can try it yourself, it isn't difficult.

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I wasn't familiar with your saw but I looked at the parts diagram for it in the link below thinking there may be a replaceable drive pin or something like it that would possibly have sheared.
http://www.masterparts.net/111409-01.html
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