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    who sells sprocket shim kits? i want to shim my countershaft and rear sprocket out to clear the tire...thx for any info, rm

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    did you try to offset the wheel? you have clearance on the brake side?

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    RM a rear wheel sprocket spacer for a LC 4 are about 4mm ,and you can buy them from KTM ,or go to a non-Oring chain and save about an 2mm that's what I got on my Berg with the 5.5 Faba rear and clears the chain with B stone 160/60 003's ,also I have a chain guide from Hugoagogo which is sweet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alarka View Post
    RM a rear wheel sprocket spacer for a LC 4 are about 4mm ,and you can buy them from KTM ,or go to a non-Oring chain and save about an 2mm that's what I got on my Berg with the 5.5 Faba rear and clears the chain with B stone 160/60 003's ,also I have a chain guide from Hugoagogo which is sweet.
    i just installed a set of titanium lifetime guarantee sprockets and an experimental rk super bike chain that isnt even for sale to the public yet, they are letting racer run them then they turn them in to be examined and get a fresh one...im keeping them. i have about 1/8 of an inch between the tire and swing are so everything has to stay where it is...

    do you have a link to the chain guard? thx, rm

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    http://www.supermotojunkie.com/showt...le-chain-guard + and where did you get the sprockets?
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    Quote Originally Posted by alarka View Post
    http://www.supermotojunkie.com/showt...le-chain-guard + and where did you get the sprockets?
    thx for the link...

    i got the sprockets here at krouse racing...you need to call often to get through...but he is a good guy...i ordered a 13 front by mistake and he sent me a 14 before i even sent the 13 back....the reg price for the rear is like 179 he did mine for 149 and 89 for the front i think i paid 69...tell him you want the same deal he gave philip in medellin colombia, that i referred you to him.... i bought the titanium II with the lifetime warranty, he said they are working on a lifetime warr chain right now...rm

    http://www.sidewindersprockets.com/contactus.html

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    just sent him a pm to order one, i had to cut my oem to clear the tire...this should help, thx for the info, rm

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    plus one on dishing out the wheel.....I have that ktm part number I used for my marchis.. its 2 mm each max I stacked two works well... and i use hugo's deal
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    Quote Originally Posted by brian View Post
    plus one on dishing out the wheel.....I have that ktm part number I used for my marchis.. its 2 mm each max I stacked two works well... and i use hugo's deal
    you have the pn for the counter shat shim washer??? pls hit me up with it if you do, next time i swap the rear tire i want to repaint the rear wheel and shim out the sprockets....

    i was hoping to find a kit, most of the hardware places have crappy stamped washers not a machine grade washer that you know are all the same thikness or close...

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