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Old 11-04-2019, 11:25 AM   #1
roundhouse
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1 tooth on rear?

I need a new rear tire, so i thought i might as well change the rear sprocket as well.

My bike is plenty fast for me. I do not wheelie on purpose and want to keep it fairly mild. Would going up one tooth even be noticeable?

If you were going to do it would you just go ahead and change both sprockets and the chain at the same time? I only have 14K on my 2013 and maintain the chain well. Is it worth changing?

Or just leave it all alone and install the rear tire with the stock gear?
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