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Rear Chain Sprocket | Honda CB350 / CB360
Rear Chain Sprocket | Honda CB350 / CB360

Rear Chain Sprocket | Honda CB350 / CB360

On sale $40.00
In Stock
CMC Part Number:4079
  • Replaces OEM Part:41200-369-000, 41200-344-000, 41200-348-000, 41200-388-000, 41201-287-020, 41200-455-670, 41201-291-020, 41200-456-670

Sprocket Color
Select Rear Sprocket Tooth Count
34 Tooth #4048
36 Tooth #4049
38 Tooth #4050

Part: Rear Sprocket for Honda CB350 / CL350 Scrambler / CB360 / CL360 / CJ360

Why You Need This: The rear drive chain sprocket on your vintage Honda CB350 / CL350 Scrambler or CB360 takes a beating and will wear out with high mileage, improper chain adjustments and lack of proper lubrication. When your rear sprocket's teeth are thin and pointy and show asymmetrical wear (see the picture) the rear sprocket is worn and should be replaced. Our replacement rear sprockets are made with top quality steel just like the originals. With finish options in gold or silver, our rear sprockets are available in three different tooth counts (34, 36 & 38) which all use the factory 530 pitch drive chain. When changing the rear sprocket a new drive chain and front drive sprocket should be changed out at the same time.

Note: Each of these rear sprockets, regardless of tooth count will fit any of the models listed in the chart below.

Here are the original factory size rear sprockets for the following models:

  • Honda CL350: 38 Tooth
  • Honda CB350: 36 Tooth
  • Honda CL360 / CJ360 / CB360: 34 Tooth

Installation Tip: Make sure to use chain lube on new drive sprockets and chain. You can change to a different number of teeth on rear sprocket and therefore change the final drive ratio of your bike. Fewer teeth will give better top end speed but reduced acceleration. More teeth will give better low end acceleration end, but reduced top speed. Regardless you need to pay mind to the chain length (link count) and install the proper length chain to work with your front and rear sprocket combination. If you need help figuring out chain length see this article.

This Rear Sprocket Fits These Honda Motorcycles
5 Stars
Perfect Fit
Received sprocket in good order. Good quality piece. Fits perfectly. Would order from these guys anytime.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from CANADA. on 12/3/2017

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