Dirt Tricks Ironman
sprockets is the only sprocket manufacturer that has
Ironman Front Sprockets
One-Year Warranty \x96 MADE IN THE USA
Made from high grade shock resistant tool steel
Machined to the tightest industry standards
Special "through"; hardening process for ultimate toughness and
Ironman Rear Sprockets
One-Year Warranty \x96 MADE IN THE USA Ironman Sprockets Come With a
One-Year Warranty Heat Treated Nickel/Chrome Plated Chrome-Moly Steel 2.5X Stronger
than Stainless Steel 3X Stronger than 7075 Aluminum
The VX2 X-ring chains are the best
choice for the most severe and demanding
applications. Among other
characteristics, the VX2 chains feature
high alloy steel plates and pins, solid
bushings and rollers, shot-peening of
plates, pins and rollers,
performance-enhancing pre-stretching and
"gold"; outer, black inner plates.
(6) Grade 10 steel sprocket bolts,
(6) Fuji-style metal locking nuts,
(1) 8mm tool insert for socket wrenches
Hub-Savers are the strongest, most
complete sprocket fasteners available and have been
developed and tested at the professional level in both
motocross and offroad applications. Sprocket bolts are
a critical fastener and must be installed properly to
ensure your safety and to avoid damaging your machine.
To insure long and reliable use of these quality
clean and inspect your hub. If the hub is damaged or if
the mounting holes are oval, the hub must be replaced.
the included Allen insert in an 8mm socket wrench to
install the sprocket bolts.
If your motorcycle uses washers behind the nut, you must re-install
to your owner's manual for the proper torque (typically
25-35 ft lbs),
take the torque reading on the nut side. Never over-tighten
a permanent marker to make an aligning mark on the nut
Inspect this mark periodically to insure the nut is maintaining
If your sprocket bolts become loose, they must be
replaced! Sprocket bolts become loose only under extreme
stress, an indication that either they were installed
improperly or there is a problem with the drive line.
Check the drive line for bent chain guides, bad wheel
alignment, damaged mounting holes on the hub, etc.
Properly tightened sprocket bolts on properly
functioning drive lines will remain tight indefinitely.