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    Counter-shaft sprocket question...

    I'm getting ready to order a 15 tooth C/S sprocket for my 2014.

    Don't really care if it is OE or good aftermarket like JT, Sun, etc.
    I'd rather order from eBay as I can usually find ship-fee (free is good!)

    Any recommendations on the aftermarket ones?

    Thanks for any words of wisdom!

    EDIT: Any experience with PBI brand?
    Last edited by Darth; 12-17-2018 at 12:11 PM.
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    I put a PBI 15 tooth on my 2017 TW about 800 miles ago. Quality seems good - haven't had it long enough to know for sure but it seems as good as any. Runs great - feels like the TW was made to have a 15 C/S.
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    Ordered...thanks!
    $12.00 shipped.
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    “It’s more fun to ride a slow bike fast, than a fast bike slow”.

    "The less horsepower a motorcycle has, the more it can teach you.” - Ben Bostrom

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    I would agree that the PBI sprocket is a very high quality item.

    PBI Sprocket.jpg

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    Nice finish & USA made.
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    Call me old fashioned if you want but I love it when I can find a "Made in U.S.A." product that is less expensive than an imported one. They're out there if you look.
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    A PBI with a few miles on it.

    PA190489.JPGP1230257.JPG

    The sprocket when new and the old sprocket I replaced:
    PICT1775.JPG
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    And in searching through a box full of stuff I bought and never used I found this:

    PBI 13t sprocket.JPG
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    Those "Made in USA" stamps are very popular in China. made in usa.jpg
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    My PBI 13 tooth showed up today, haven't changed packaging since elime got his.

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