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Keeps rocks and stuff from getting lodged behind the sprocket and provides a little extra protection for the shaft seal that is there. Most times it traps smaller chucks behind there tearing that rubber piece up and tearing up the seal.
 

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im replacing my front sprocket and puttin on a casesaver when i get home, do you need to replace it or is there somehow to get it out to clean it out??
 

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QUOTE (YFZER359 @ Feb 7 2009, 10:37 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=743636
so your not gunna get the same dirt blockage on the shaft if you have a aftermarket sprocket?[/b]

No you won't but IMO the dirt blocking abilities of that rubber part on the stock sprocket is hampered by it's ability to trap dirt/ rocks behind it that then tears up the shaft seal.... so I'd rather not have the rubber piece. IMO.
 
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