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I was digging through the box of parts the previous owner sold it with, and i found this, a front sprocket. I think this is a smaller then stock? Can someone confirm, also how do i check which one my bike has now? Without tearing the whole thing appart
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I think that one is looking quite worn too, I'd bin it.
 
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I was digging through the box of parts the previous owner sold it with, and i found this, a front sprocket. I think this is a smaller then stock? Can someone confirm, also how do i check which one my bike has now? Without tearing the whole thing a;)part View attachment 48685
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Bike was bought with less then 14k km, doubt it is worn in those miles
It just looks a bit worn to me with the teeth looking slightly hooked.
 

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You can count the teeth without taking anything apart.

Raise the rear of the bike so you can turn the rear wheel. Get down low to the ground and follow the lower part of the chain up to the sprocket. Tape a marker to a stick, screwdriver, or whatever and mark a tooth. Rotate the wheel counting teeth until your mark comes back around. The pictured sprocket is definitely not stock.
 
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