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Is our only option on this bike either a factory replacement sprocket or to go with an aftermarket carrier and sprocket?

Do the aftermarket sprockets not fit the stock carriers?
 

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ok guys - thanks for the info, but I'm asking if anyone makes a replacement for the stock carrier?

I know I can get an aftermarket carrier and sprocket to go with it.

again, I'm asking if anyone makes an aftermarket sprocket for the stock carrier.
 

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We used to carry the direct bolt on sprocket from STM and Ducati Performance--but they have discountinued them. (We still have a few in very limited sizes).

We found the evo quick change carrier and sprocket was the least expensive and most versatile option now--and they have the little anit-back off plate built in to protect the swingarm...
 

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there is no stock carrier, the sprocket is a one piece unit that the cush drives fit into. so your options are really only the std steel (heavy!) sprocket or a QR type carrier and suitable sprocket. i use the afam type as afam sprockets are good quality and easily sourced. once installed, sprocket changes are easy as.
 
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