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Guys

I need to get a few different rear sprockets, what bolt pattern matches, I've heard it's the same as honda, any idea on model ?????


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Honda's aren't the same. I found this out a couple weeks ago when I installed my Dominator axle and found out the stocker wouldn't fit. Then I checked my stack of Honda rears and they fit the Rpm. So that's better yet.
 

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damn, what really sucks is that KTM doesn't offer any other rear sizes...............

so back to the drawing board, what we need is some with there sprocket off to measure the pitch, Hey TrEw yours is the bench right (since you have that nice new RPM dom II in there)

how abouts a measure up

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ktnm does offer other rear sizes , but in those orange aluminium ones only , they have 3 sizes , one tooth less , one tooth more and stock
 

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Ktm does offer steel rears along with the orange aluminum:

830.10.151.037 37 tooth steel
830.10.151.038 38tooth steel
830.10.151.039 39 tooth steel
 

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thanks guys, nothing on the KTM parts fiche we looked only stock size ????


what I'm after is a 36 tooth rear !
 

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thanks guys, nothing on the KTM parts fiche we looked only stock size ????


what I'm after is a 36 tooth rear !
ok ok i know.....VERY old post but did you find a 36t steel finaly
i got a 525xc that love the 15t but i would prefert a 36t rear to go back to a 14t front and have the 15t/36t rear combo available for those VERY VERY fast fire road!!! :blink:
 

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The PCD is about 2mm out to the KTM


what is the PCD???
 

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Bolt hole positions (perimiter centred diametre)
We put one on a mates bike by putting all of the bolts through loosly and then tightening in an even pattern.
Worked well.
 
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