Why JT chains and sprockets for your quad, bike or motorcycle
JT Sprockets is the world's leading manufacturer of aftermarket sprockets, constantly raising the industry's standards for quality and service. We are committed to supplying the most durable, best quality sprocket available in the marketplace worldwide. This is why we produce and sell more sprockets than all the other aftermarket brands combined.
JT sprockets are made using only the best available materials. Aviation-grade 7075-T6 aluminium alloy for lightweight competition sprockets, SCM415 chromoly steel alloy for front sprockets, and we are the only sprocket manufacturer using the ultra-durable high carbon C49 steel for rear sprockets.
The JT Sprockets factory is the largest and most advanced in the world. It is fully equipped with high accuracy machinery, including the latest generation of CNC computer design and computer controlled metal cutting equipment.
The essence of a high quality sprocket is in the high precision of manufacturing and the inherent quality of the material. Through accurate machining, JT ensures maximum durability and performance.
JT Sprockets are manufactured the right way – by hobbing, machining and drilling. This is the only proven way to achieve the closest of tolerances and the most accurate teeth profiles.
Heat treated and hand finished to perfection, all JT sprockets meet or exceed the highest possible quality standards set for the motorcycle industry.
Every sprocket goes through up to 25 production stages and 10 individual quality control checks before it is ready to leave the factory and the production facility has achieved the highest European quality standards.
Exceptionally large stocks are always kept at the JT distribution centres in London – UK and Atlanta – USA, ready for immediate delivery. With an international network of leading distributors in over 70 countries worldwide, JT Sprockets offers you a superior quality product and service that can only be envied but never surpassed.
JT designs and produces over 18 million sprockets a year for all makes and models of motorcycles and ATVs. The current range is now over 2,500 types of steel or aluminium alloy sprocket, and many items combine two or more different fittings into one sprocket.