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Honda CL / CB450 / CB500T Rear Chain Sprocket

Honda CL / CB450 / CB500T Rear Chain Sprocket

Your Price: $50.00
In Stock
CMC Part Number:4043
  • Replaces OEM Part:41201-375-000,
  • Qty:Sold Individually

35 Tooth Sprocket (Standard) - Select Your Bike Model:
CB/CL450 K1-K4 (#4045A)
CB/CL450 K5-K7 (#4045B)
CB500T (#4045C) [+$5.00]
33 Tooth Sprocket - Select Your Bike Model:
CB/CL450 K5-K7 (#4046)
CB500T (#4046) [+$5.00]

Part: Honda CL / CB450 / CB500T Rear Sprocket

Why You Need This: Sprockets are a wear item on any motorcycle, and your Honda CL / CB450 or CB500T are no exception. Thin pointy teeth are indicators that it is time to replace your rear sprocket (see the picture). This new rear sprocket will fit your Honda CL / CB450 or CB500T just like the original. Made in Japan from quality steel, and uses the factory 530 sized drive chain. When replacing the rear sprocket always use a new chain and replace the front drive sprocket as well. A new chain and sprocket set will make your 450/500T feel tighter on the road and give great throttle response. Note: Sprockets may differ in appearance from those pictured. 

Installation Tip: Make sure to torque the sprocket-retaining nuts to the factory specification and bend the lock tabs are in place. Pay mind to the chain length (number of links) and install the correct size chain to work with your front and rear sprocket combination. If you need help figuring out chain length contact us directly. We like to use a high quality chain lube, such as Bel-Ray super clean.

This Rear Sprocket Fits These Honda Motorcycles
5 Stars
Good Quality
Part came fast and fit perfectly where the original had sat. I only have about 100 miles on it so far but it seems great. I love the site and will continue to order from these guys!
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Reviewed by:  from dana point. on 7/27/2017
3 Stars
Different Look
The sprocket pictured on the website looked exactly like the stock sprocket. What I received was bronze in color and looked like it came off a ten speed bicycle. If you are doing a restoration and want the vintage, stock look, might want to call ahead and ask which one is in stock. Common Motor has since added a picture of the sprocket I received.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Manassas. on 9/15/2018

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