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954 Sprocket on a VFR swing arm?

Anyone know if is will fit? I was working on my sssa project yesterday and saw my old wheel and thought they might be the same size.
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Re: 954 Sprocket on a VFR swing arm?

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Anyone know if is will fit? I was working on my sssa project yesterday and saw my old wheel and thought they might be the same size.
I think it depends on which model you're using but I don't think any of the VFR sprockets are the same pattern as the 929/954/1000RR.

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I think it depends on which model you're using but I don't think any of the VFR sprockets are the same pattern as the 929/954/1000RR.
Blade, bolt pattern or tooth pattern? Just wondering if I should waste my time and check it or not :-)
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Blade, bolt pattern or tooth pattern? Just wondering if I should waste my time and check it or not :-)
Tooth pattern?
The tooth "pattern" or pitch is due to the chain you run, not the bike.
If the sprocket is in good condition then you can always re-drill it to fit the VFR hub.

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Tooth pattern?
The tooth "pattern" or pitch is due to the chain you run, not the bike.
If the sprocket is in good condition then you can always re-drill it to fit the VFR hub.
Sorry meant mbar of teeth.
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Re: 954 Sprocket on a VFR swing arm?

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Sorry meant mbar of teeth.

mbar?
The number of teeth is irrelevant - use how ever many you want.

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Re: 954 Sprocket on a VFR swing arm?

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mbar?
The number of teeth is irrelevant - use how ever many you want.
Yeah, typing sucks on my phone, at one of my kids' games, but I'll try the sprocket when I get home.
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