If you are looking for the toughest most hard wearing sprockets for your KTM, the search stops here!
Ironman Front Sprockets are constructed of through-hardened, shock-resistant die steel. Most front sprockets sold today are "case hardened", meaning that only a thin outer layer of steel is hardened. Below that layer is soft steel.
Ironman Front Sprockets are heat treated to as hard as bearing races all the way through, giving them the ultimate in toughness and wear resistance.
How can they have such a hard material without being brittle?Shock-resistant die steel is the answer. This is the same steel used to punch holes through 1" thick plates of steel, on high speed punch presses.
Don't settle for inferior sprockets!
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Please ensure you are tensioning your chain properly when running Ironman sprockets. If your chain is too tight even Ironman sprockets will wear quickly (and more worryingly you are probably doing a lot of damage to your gearbox output shaft bearing). In short, make sure there is play in your chain with your bike fully loaded with you sat on it. It is not sufficient to have 20mm of chain play with your bike unloaded on its side stand...