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I have recently been looking around finding the best chain and sprocket set to go with and everyone keeps recommending Motomummy so I checked them out and like what I see, went to look where they are located... 3 miles from my home! I thought it was cool and wanted to share :D
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I believe I got my complete drive system kit (front/rear sprocket and chain) from MM, not sure how they got to be *the* people for that but they kinda are.

Let me recommend a steel rear sprocket, a little too easy to shear an aluminum rear into pieces unless you're getting free or sponsored replacements.
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I believe I got my complete drive system kit (front/rear sprocket and chain) from MM, not sure how they got to be *the* people for that but they kinda are.

Let me recommend a steel rear sprocket, a little too easy to shear an aluminum rear into pieces unless you're getting free or sponsored replacements.
I appreciate the recommendation that was the plan all along to run with the steel sprocket glad to see yet another positive review of their parts thanks for the reply!!
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I too bought my chain and sprocket kit from MM...no complaints.

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I too bought my chain and sprocket kit from MM...no complaints.
Awesome man I can't wait!
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Driven 520 -1,+2 kit from him as well, he's actually using my pic haha, are you planning on doing the 520 conversion? or sticking with oem teeth size?
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Driven 520 -1,+2 kit from him as well, he's actually using my pic haha, are you planning on doing the 520 conversion? or sticking with oem teeth size?
I knew that pic looked familiar haha killer picture! And yes I was going to get the 520 kit stock sprocket sizes
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I believe I got my complete drive system kit (front/rear sprocket and chain) from MM, not sure how they got to be *the* people for that but they kinda are.

Let me recommend a steel rear sprocket, a little too easy to shear an aluminum rear into pieces unless you're getting free or sponsored replacements.
We store more sprockets/chains then any other dealer i'm aware of by a large margin. So on average our shipping times are better and we are pretty tech savvy in that area due to how much we deal with chains kits

Thanks for the good comments guys. If you want us to set you up with a good kit just stop on in the shop. We keep most all in stock all the time.
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We store more sprockets/chains then any other dealer i'm aware of by a large margin. So on average our shipping times are better and we are pretty tech savvy in that area due to how much we deal with chains kits

Thanks for the good comments guys. If you want us to set you up with a good kit just stop on in the shop. We keep most all in stock all the time.
I'll be there very very soon :)
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Fast shipping for MM.,,, the rest of other store taking forever


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I have recently been looking around finding the best chain and sprocket set to go with and everyone keeps recommending Motomummy so I checked them out and like what I see, went to look where they are located... 3 miles from my home! I thought it was cool and wanted to share :D

You must be north Austin lol (RR maybe?)


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I bought my 520 chain and sprocket from MM. I think I ordered or got the wrong chain & rear sprocket somehow and Corey switched it out without any problem.

The chain has been good, just follow the clean/lubrication from the manufacturer and you should be good.
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