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Old 10-23-2019, 05:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Amount of teeth stock front pulley and rear pulley?

Hi I am just wondering how many teeth the stock front and back pulley of the 2006 Warrior has and whether the stock pulleys are made from steel or aluminium.
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32/70 front/rear.
Rear aluminum is aluminum.
Fronts can be either I think

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Sandy got you covered.

Fronts are made from a steel unknown to man that was given to us by Martians.
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Thanks guys much appreciated...Hefty would that be Kryptonite?
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Stock front is the "out of this world" steel Yamaha also sold 30 & 31 tooth aluminum front pulley's I believe those were Kryptonite.
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Is Kryptonite good or bad ?
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That depends on what planet you are from.
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Well after some close inspecting under my electron microscope, some molecular deciphering and breaking down the material to it's basic atoms I have determined the material is.............Unobtainium.
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Oh dammit not THAT again . . .
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