Hi , quick reply do a search under gearing on the transalp search section, loads different views . Bt bloke is good and mudwiz general consensus go up front for higher gearing [lower reves at a given speed]or down for lower gearing off road.
its far easier to change front sproket than rear :cheers:
Hi David, changing to 16 tooth front works really well, longer legs, more relaxed cruising and still OK in the dirt except for the really steep stuff, if need be carry the 15 tooth with you a doddle to change back.
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