Now I'm confused a bit. This is what you said in that other post.
"I have gone down one up front and the properly adjusted stock chain did not rub the guard.
I have also gone up two out back and used the stock chain. It would have been too short had I gone up three."
I took this as if you had made to seperate changes. As in you ran 1 down up font with the stock rear gear, and the chain fit.
In second statement, I took it as you ran two up out back with the stock front gear and chiain.
Is this correct or did you run 1 down up front and two up out back all at the same time?
I think were on the same page, you just threw me for a loop when you said you replaced the stock chain, did you stick with 108 links? What year is your bike anyway?
I think I really would like the two up out back as opposed to 1 down up fornt, not too much of a change but still noticable. Just right for the street and ocashional track days.
As long as our applications are the same I might be intrested in that sprocket if the price is very resonable. I've been getting burned lately buying used stuff, so for somthing that is 40 bucks new (steel) its hard to justify buying used, easipecally when its not steel (easy to wear out if chian isn't adjusted just soo), or could lead to premature wear of my perfectly good chain (that's a long shot though). Does it have the hardcoat anodize, or is it just plain aluminum? How worn, would you keep using it, how many miles, how come your not using it? How mush do you want for it? Sorry about the 20 questions
Regardless, thanks for your help, just glad soneone has gone through this and is willing to help me out.