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Old 02-13-2013, 12:50 AM   #1
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FML please help.....TMGP gurus

So I got pmp sprockets to cut me a new rear sprocket for ky kx65. Immediately noticed that the mounting holes appearead to be further away in diameter then mine. I took the wheel of and noticed that there was a spacer approximately and inch and a quarter wide stuffed between the face of the sprocket and the inside of the swing srm. ive ridden the out of this bike with no problems from the rear so the makeshift spacer seems to do its job. On to the sprocket. The mounting holes on the new oem kx65 sprocket are approximately 5 inches apart. They are about 4 inches apart on the ood sprocket, all this leads me to believe that this is not a kx65 hub. I Have no clue what bike thisnhub is from. I need a 44tooth rear sprocket and I have no clue what the to order. Ahhhhhhhhhhhh any advice would be appreciated....plz
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Old 02-13-2013, 07:43 AM   #2
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no idea what that rear hub could be off of...the guy I bought it from didn't mention anything. Since you've got a kx85 I'd check that hub and see if it matches. if not I've got a few CR85 sprockets that might work. How many mounting holes in the sprocket?
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There are 4 mounting hokles. I shoukd of gotten an exaxt measurement off of them. The holes are barely 4 inches apart. thats alot smaller then the stock kx65 mounting holes. Im going to call pmp sprockets and see if it is possible to send in mine amd have them cut one with the same measurements with 44t.
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What do you think about this spacer. I rode it plenty and tbe back end tracked very well. also tbeir is little side to side movement if any at all. the smaller side of the spacer just barely squeezes into the dust cover and the other side just rests up against the inside of the swingarm. once tightened everything feels solid. tbe chain is straight and not cocked to either side. My only concern is that tbe spacer only goes like a quarter inch into the dust cover. Is this safe?? Thoughts??
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Your old sprocket may have some kind of identification number on it that can help identify it to the mfgr and in turn tell what it is for.

I know some folks used to use Pitster Pro swingarms on KLX 110s and the KLX and KX share some things like plastics. Maybe your wheel is off a Pitster Pro. Might be worth checking out.

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Old 02-13-2013, 08:23 AM   #7
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@ obed....yes the caliler most deffinently is. The rotor Im not sure of. Looks like someone had some pretty decent fabricator to some exact measurements and made some spacers that would make thenwheel fit perfect. I just wish there was some sort of stamp on the hub so I could find out where the it came from. If I knew that atleast I could just order sprockets for that bike.
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@ bagwell.....thanks Ill look into that.

Ok so I was looking on pmp website this what I found. Hopefully They can cut another one to my specs. I could use all the help I could get so keep the comments coming please. Im just hoping tonget my gearing squared away before the first round......I swear freaking frankenstine bike....lol
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Just measure the bolt pattern and hub diameter on the old one and call pmp.
You can also trace it, measure the pattern and fax it to them.
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Old 02-13-2013, 09:05 AM   #10
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@patrick.......awesome thanks patrick. Im going to give them a shout.

I really wish I would of known this before I ordered this last one. Anybody need a new aluminum 44t rear sprocket for a kx65???Its still new in the packaging, and never been used or mounted. I dont think pmp will want to refund my money for a 44tooth sprocket :-(
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Post it on the TMGP board, or bring it with you to the races and hang it up in your pit.
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Old 02-13-2013, 09:18 AM   #12
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Hahaha will do. That would probably be the easiest way to sell it. Patick did you see the pic II posted above? Does that spacer look like a safety issue? The wheel is in there snug. There is really no side to side movement.
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Old 02-13-2013, 10:12 AM   #13
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Well I called pmp sprockets and kim was kind enough to take the sprocket that she had cut for me back for a full refund.....Thats right full refund!! Im sending in my current sprocket and she is going to cut me one with the same bolt pattern/ hub size to the specs that I need. These are great people to do business with!! Well problem solved, but I still dont know what freaking bike this hub is from!! lmao Still wondering if that spacer can cause problems???
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I told you they are the Best in the business.

I've delt w/ three other sprocket suppliers and PMP is #1 hands down.

Kim's help and word is golden in my book.
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How much for the 44?

Currently I'm 15/45 I can't keep the front wheel down until 4th gear haha need more top end ill never make it through the turns unless I switch gearing
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