Join Date: Jan 2012
Location: Piedmont, NC
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In all honesty, I don't think even the sprocket looks that bad. Getting close to time for replacement, yes, but as long as the chain isn't stretched beyond the recommended limit, no stuck links, get the surface rust off and clean everything really well, then lube it with a non-sticky spray lube. Check out the teeth on both of your sprockets and make sure they aren't severely hooked. I'd also check your rear swingarm alignment as well; it looks like you might be hitting the side of the sprocket a little heavy with the chain links.
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