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13 Tooth Sprocket - JTF548.13

MSRP Price: $9.95

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MSRP Price: $9.95

Our Price: $8.96
You Save $0.99 (10%)
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JT Sprockets 13 Tooth Sprocket - JTF548.13
  • Maximum strength sprockets at minimum weight; front sprockets made with C45 steel and SCM415 chromoly steel alloy -- rear sprockets made with C45 high-carbon steel
  • Each sprocket is heat treated and sandblasted to lower material surface tension
  • Meet or exceed the highest-quality compound standards set by the motorcycle industry

    NOTE:
  • At this time we are not able to specify on our website the standard tooth sizes of the sprockets or size and length of chain for your motorcycle. We will display every sprocket that fits. If you need the standard tooth size information or chain size and length, call us toll-free 800-969-7504


NOTE: Anytime you use other than the standard front/rear sprocket sizes, clearance must be checked.
Specifications
Part #: 80511913
Mfg #: JTF548.13
Chain Size 428
Number of Teeth 13
Position Front
Type Sprocket - Steel
Type Sprocket - Front
Units Each
Weight 0.18 lbs
Alternate/OEM Part Number(s):
12120121
UPC Code:
824225204599
Fitment for JT Sprockets 13 Tooth Sprocket - JTF548.13

Part 80511913 fits the following machines

Yamaha
  • TT-R125 2000-2004
  • TT-R125E 2003-2009
  • TT-R125L 2002-2008
  • TT-R125LE 2003-2009, 2011-2019
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Very Good Except One Problem.....
The front sprocket itself was finished well. However, the retaining clip (reused) had two holes that although very close to the correct distance, did not line up with the threaded holes on the new sprocket. In other words, the center to center hole distance for the sprocket holes was slightly larger than the clip hole distance. After several unsuccessful tries to get both screws threaded into the sprocket at the same time, I had to use a Dremel tool to shave a very small amount from the clip (widen the holes just a hair) to match the sprocket. It is performing well.
May 24, 2010
Uniontown, OH