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    Why are front sprocket so hard to find

    Hi y'all so I come from the world of Japanese sportbike I love permanent back pain and being hunched over now I've seen the light and instead of anoter sporty I bought my Benelli( 500 leoncino)in my jap world huge ranges of front sprckets and add ons are available for the masses any combos U like.so either there's a magical Benelli shop I don't know about...I'm stupid and can't Google or smaller size front sprockets just don't exist stock is 14 and I'm a cheap bastard and would always change front over rear cos it's just easier and cheaper ( I'm sure some will not agree.actualy whilst im venting I have found same deal with fuel computers also. but my main issues simple to produce front sprockets.any ideas or maps to the promised land would be greatly appreciated

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    Well, if you're a cheap bastard as you say, you might be better off in the long run by going for a larger rear sprocket. A smaller front sprocket increases the dynamic loading on the chain, making it wear out faster than it otherwise would. Good O-ring chains aren't cheap.

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    Thankyou and I appreciate you taking the time to reply and it's good for thought however I still wanna find a selection of smaller sprockets.cheers

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