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636 sprocket

just wondering if a stock 05 zx-6r sprocket will work on my 10r. i got one of ebay for under 10 bucks; its a 43 tooth. am i gonna need a different chain? i know the 636 uses a 520 chain, didnt know if that makes a diff. i would love to be able to just throw this one on for now, moneys kinds tight right now so i cant get the 520 chain conversion. thanks guys.

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if it is a 520 sprocket it needs a 520 chain, if i am right the stock chain is 525

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just wondering if a stock 05 zx-6r sprocket will work on my 10r. i got one off ebay for under 10 bucks; its a 43 tooth. am i gonna need a different chain? i know the 636 uses a 520 chain, didnt know if that makes a diff. i would love to be able to just throw this one on for now, moneys kinds tight right now so i cant get the 520 chain conversion. thanks guys.
yes it fits and yes you'll need a 520 chain to fit it properly.

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You can use the 525 chain with the 520 sprockets.

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You can use the 525 chain with the 520 sprockets.
yes but a very bad idea as the sprocket will travel the width of the sprocket and wear it out quickly.

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yes but a very bad idea as the sprocket will travel the width of the sprocket and wear it out quickly.

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sprocket will travel the width of the sprocket? i'm confused. i'm gettin conflicting answers here. i know if a sprocket is worn it will wear out the chain faster, but my bike has 700 miles, and the sprocket is new. shouldnt hurt anything, right?
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sprocket will travel the width of the sprocket? i'm confused. i'm gettin conflicting answers here. i know if a sprocket is worn it will wear out the chain faster, but my bike has 700 miles, and the sprocket is new. shouldnt hurt anything, right?
yes it will travel the width.
In this instance when i say wear it out prematurely its because a 525 chain is wider than a 520 chain or sprocket so if you use a 520 sprocket (thinner) the chain will travel/move the width albeit small back and forth as opposed to traveling true with like sized components.

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yes it will travel the width.
In this instance when i say wear it out prematurely its because a 525 chain is wider than a 520 chain or sprocket so if you use a 520 sprocket (thinner) the chain will travel/move the width albeit small back and forth as opposed to traveling true with like sized components.

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Heres a DID chart. look at the pin length in mm for the 520erv3 and the 525erv and you'll notice a difference of some 3mm which is an indication of the link width however some of the other series chains are only 1.5mm diff.

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