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1988 Polaris Trail Boss 250 - Sprockets

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i ahve an 88 polaris trail boss r es 250 i was wondering if and trail boss sprocket would fit? its for the front. it had 13 teeth can i put an 11 toot on it to?

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i ahve an 88 polaris trail boss r es 250 i was wondering if and trail boss sprocket would fit? its for the front. it had 13 teeth can i put an 11 toot on it to?

Why an 11 tooth ? Should be easy to research :biggrin:

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my frined has an 11 tooth from a diffents machine and before we both tear it apart just wanted to make sure it would fit

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If it fits on it should work, but you will lose some top end by dropping down to the 11 tooth.

Edited by wylde1
better idea

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