As far as the oem chain having a link I never seen one either. Chances are it has a rivet style one that is just hard to see. I'm on my 3rd chain, but can't for the life of me figure out what kind it is, lol. I know it was a X-ring and advertised as stretch-less! And it's light weight, has holes drilled through every link in the center. My other 700 came with a D.I.D. chain. both have the master links. They say for higher HP bikes to use the rivet style chain, but for our quads the master link is fine, imo. And removing the chain in one piece is probably easier than cutting it. You just take wheel & hub off maybe a few other things, lol. And yeah after install and running the quad you may need to re-adjust the chain.
And chain is 520x70 and it's been said to replace both sprockets with the chain, but that's up to you.
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Last edited by M_Quick; 11-10-2016 at 05:05 PM.