Re: sprocket question
I wasn't talking about mixing sizes just different company's or design sprockets like having a steel front and aluminum rear or something.
and on that note if i go ahead and get a rear sprocket as well should I stick with stock size? I am getting a vortex racing 15 tooth front that's for sure but if i get a matching steel rear sprocket from them should I go up at all or try just the -1 front?
also if i do both i will have to replace the chain too so what company or features should I be looking for? how many links? can I do this all myself or should i have a shop do it If I'm taking the rear sprocket off too? I have a good deal of mechanical inclination but i haven't done more than a chain adjustment before on a bike
Last edited by matt.k; 05-01-2009 at 5:49 AM.