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    Default Chain sprocket for classic discover 125

    Hi folks,

    One of my bikes is a first generation discover 125(almost 6yrs old), to which i have later added a set of oem alloys,17 inchers. Tyre size is same as stock.

    I hear a distinct "kat" kat sound comimg from the chain area these days. To which a friend concluded the "chain sprocket" needs replacement.

    So i am bit confused about the following:

    1. Do i need to change both front and rear? In such cases is it the rear to give away first??

    2. Can some other bike model`s sprocket be installed.I remember right from its initial days the chain needed to be tightened quite frequently.

    3. Any help on indicative pricing of such parts is most welcome.

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    Default Chain sprocket for classic discover 125

    anyone???

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    Costs roughly around 700 to 1000 bucks. You need to change all three items[ chain, rear as well as the front sprocket] and you cannot get those parts separately. It comes in kits.

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    @@ pavan...


    thanx a ton man.

    any idea if pulsar's setup can be fitted on this one??

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    You can fit any bike sprockets on any bike. The only thing you have to check is the number of mounting holes. As in the number of bolts holding the front sprocket on the shaft [generally 2] and number of bolts holding the rear sprocket on the hub[generally 4 or 6].
    If these match then you surely can fit the sprockets. And the chain pitch and the sprocket pitch should match. If you buy a set then no need to verify the pitch.

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