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post #1 of 13 Old 09-26-2008, 03:19 AM Thread Starter
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chain size

what size chain this thing have? I really dont know ... and am gonna replace mine with something a bit more attractive i think.
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dont know the length but its a 520. More attractive chain? I hope you dont mean those butt ugly colored chains.......yuck.
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dont know the length but its a 520. More attractive chain? I hope you dont mean those butt ugly colored chains.......yuck.

nah ... id pick up tsubaki gold chain ... im so anti OEM
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tsubaki makes a good chain, go for it.
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k i just found out the chain size its a 520x70
front sprocket is a 14t
rear sprocket is a 37t
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k i just found out the chain size its a 520x70
front sprocket is a 14t
rear sprocket is a 37t
Wilson, just an FYI...but the 700XX and the 450r share the same front sprocket...same part number and all. (It may save you time if you're ordering one from somewhere)



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k i didnt know that i was just giving the info for the chain size and since i was on that page the sprockets where also
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wow ..so means 70 links right? thats not including the attachment link? Im not totally understanding of the way they size/fit chains.

I took a good look at the sprockets ...the front sprocket is a much easier replacement than the rear ... can get to it from the right side of the quad ... compared to taking the entire rear end off/apart to get to the rear one.
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nah ... id pick up tsubaki gold chain ... im so anti OEM

actually ive found that certain oem products are actually better than aftermarket. On many quads the stock clutch is the only way to go and sometimes the brake pads. Also oem chains and sprockets are REALLY good. Ive always got the most use out of OEM sprockets compared to aftermarket. they just last longer.
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