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Driven 520 Steel Sprockets

Looking for a set of steel sprockets that combines performance and longevity? Driven Racing produces a high quality set that does just that. Their sprockets are produced using high-grade carbon steel that has been heat treated and quenched for maximum strength. These long lasting sprockets were designed with weight savings in mind as well, which resulted in some of the lightest 520 steel sprockets available today. After the machining is finished, Driven uses a proprietary electro-static plating process to give the sprockets their attractive black finish.

Driven offers their 520 steel sprockets in a number of different tooth counts for both the front and rear of many modern sportbikes, but they aren’t listed on the Riders Discount website yet, so just get in touch with Brad if you’re interested. He’ll just need to know the year/model of your bike, as well as the number of teeth you’re looking for and he’ll be happy to assist you. You can reach him by calling 866.931.6644 ext. 810, or by sending a PM through this forum. If email is more convenient, feel free to send one to FORUM at RIDERSDISCOUNT dot COM and we’ll get back to you right away!




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Looking to swap to a set of Driven sprockets and add a splash of color while you're at it? You can do this by ordering a set of Driven Sprocket Nuts along with them. These nuts are manufactured from durable 7075 alloy that is anodized in your choice of black, blue, red, or gold.

These are not available on our website yet, so be sure to get in touch with Brad if you’re interested by calling 866.931.6644 ext. 810. Is email more convenient? Feel free to send those to FORUM at RIDERSDISCOUNT dot COM and we’ll get back to you right away!


Driven Sprocket Nuts are available in Black, Blue, Red, and Gold.



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