Vrod rear sprocketby Editor on 05/24/20
Against all better judgement, I've started a rainy day project and decided to give this sprocket new life. I got this from a FB friend Troy in the States and he had it in a box inside his barn for many years.
First step was to start sanding the pitting out and that thick gray paint with 120 grit sand paper by hand. The first three pictures show the progress and the fourth shows the back where I stopped and decided to think about that before doing it...
Next will be sanding (on rainy days) with 220, 320, 400, 600, 800, 1000, 2000 grit then finally polish to a mirror finish with Autosol.
Once that is done I will be securing the back ring by: drill & tap & secure with 5 bolts like on the Reactors sprockets.
Once it's complete this will be going on the Carbon fiber Vrod