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I guess I am in the market for a new (or almost new) 14 tooth front sprocket and associated parts needed to do the r and r. I have heard I might need seals as well as a left side gasket??? If anyone has these parts availlable for a reasonable price, I'm game. You can call or text me if you like. 316-304-4477 is my number. I don't get picture mail. Maybe I should jump into the 21st century??

Tom in Wichita
 

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Both the sprocket and the gasket and seals are cheap enough to just order new from most on line sellers. IMO you will be far ahead of the game to just order them new. I would guess under $30 delivered for the sprocket and gasket and maybe another $15+ for all three seals. Some things just don't make good dollars and sense.

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Thanks for your reply GaryL... I'm sure you're right. Pro Cycle?
 

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Thanks for your reply GaryL... I'm sure you're right. Pro Cycle?
I would search all the standards, Rocky, Zilla, Lytle, Bandit and find the best price with shipping and the parts in stock.

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Thanks again GaryL. I just went ahead and ordered from ProCycle. Seemed like most everyone on this forum uses them. I probably should have created an account, but checked out as guest.
 

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Thanks Smitty, I ordered a little over a hundred dollars worth of parts/tools from them. I was a little surprised they didn't offer free shipping on an order over a hundred dollars. I was tired of waiting though, so I won't be a "whiner". lol Now I have to order tires, front and rear for my "new to me" set of wheels I scored a couple weeks ago. I'm thinking the IRC front tire that looks like a trials tire, and not sure about rear choice. I don't know how many forum members do the "spare" wheels and tires, but I thought I would try it. One set for street, one for dirt.
 

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There is something to be said for a vendor that actually gives a crap about the people who order from them. ProCycle has been outstanding.
And no, I don't get any benefit from saying that and I ain't just blowing smoke.
Good vendors should be supported.

Remember: You always pay for shipping. When it is free, that means shipping is built into the parts price. It doesn't get there by magic. Someone has to trudge through rain and snow and gloom of night, etc.



Thanks Smitty, I ordered a little over a hundred dollars worth of parts/tools from them. I was a little surprised they didn't offer free shipping on an order over a hundred dollars. I was tired of waiting though, so I won't be a "whiner". lol Now I have to order tires, front and rear for my "new to me" set of wheels I scored a couple weeks ago. I'm thinking the IRC front tire that looks like a trials tire, and not sure about rear choice. I don't know how many forum members do the "spare" wheels and tires, but I thought I would try it. One set for street, one for dirt.
 
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