I think I had a Sprocket Specialist front sprocket on my '96. It was also a 14 tooth. I didn't put too many miles on it, but it seemed to be much more lightweight and of very good quality. It was either a Sprocket Specialist or a Renthal.
well im finished installing it. it took about an hour. hardest part was loosening and readjusting the chain. feels like it has much more power, especially how it pulls through first. i almost looped it first time i tried picking it up. again thanks for all the info.
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