AFAM have been manufacturing top quality products for more than 25 years and have become highly respected for their quality and manufacturing processes. They are a dominant market force in most of Europe and North America and are now highly popular here in the UK.
Their aluminium race sprockets are used extensively around the world by top class race teams, including works teams for honda, ducati and yamaha and for 2003, the Crescent suzuki team here in the UK. This involvement in racing has netted them more than 25 world and countless national championships to date.
Their extensive range of steel sprockets are manufactured to the same exacting standards. How good are they? Well they are fitted as original equipment on many ducati, aprilia and some yamaha models and exceed the OEM quality standards for the major manufacturers. We believe they compare more than favourably to anything currently offered in the UK market, so feel free to compare them with your normal products.
They have also co-operated for many years with the major Japanese chain manufacturers in order to bring to the market a huge range of top quality ‘o’ ring,
‘x’ ring and non ‘o’ ring chains,
to the same exacting standards.
These compare favourably with all other world class products and are offered alongside a full range of chain cleaners,
riveting grease and the most comprehensive workshop chain tool set available.
We believe this to be the best and most complete overall package of final drive products available and that it makes AFAM
the driving force.
Steel sprockets are fitted as standard to many ducati
Voxan and some yamaha
Light weight aluminium rear and lightened steel front race sprockets are used by many of the worlds best riders and race teams including Valentino Rossi,
Stefan Chambon honda
Grand Prix team, ducati
USA and many many more.
AFAM chains are made according to stringent technical specifications by the largest Japanese chain producers.
They are the result of over 25 years of experience and know how and a collaboration between the AFAM
R&D department and the top Japanese chain technicians