The sprockets can be classified into these two types: the drive sprocket and the driven sprocket. The drive sprocket is mounted on the output shaft of the engine through the form of a splined, and the driven sprocket mounted on a motorcycle drive wheel through the chain of the power transmitted to the drive wheels. In generally, The drive sprocket is smaller than the driven sprocket, it can play the effect of growth deceleration twist.

The performance characteristics of sprocket

(1)The selection of the material - the large sprocket and small sprocket are made ??of high quality carbon structural steel stamping molding.

(2)The processing technology -- advanced gear milling process, which makes the tooth shape is more precise. The surface were noisy spray, electroplating processing.

(3)The product line - economic and practical common sprocket and the superior performance of the boutique sprocket.

Disassembly of the sprocket

1, the drive sprocket

The drive sprocket with the engine output shaft in combination in the form of a spline, and fixing in spline baffle or nut. When we remove the drive sprocket, we can remove the sprocket cover and the sprocket chain, unscrew the splined the baffle or fixed nut, after done these, we can pull out the small sprocket. When assembled, just do as the opposite orders.

2, the driven sprocket

(1) support from the main stand, to let the rear wheels tilt.

(2) Loosen the rear axle fastening nut and adjuster nut, remove the chain box chain.
(3) disassemble the rear brake lever and pull out the rear wheel.
(4) Remove the the fixed sprocket bolts, nuts or retaining ring, take down the sprocket rear hub or pin bolt.
(5)Installation, according to the reverse order. Tighten sprocket fixed in accordance with the provisions of the nut or bolt (30-50N.m) and rear axle nut (50-80N.m).

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