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Does anybody have a link to a decent chain and sprocket set for the trx700? Or a cross model that will work? I know the sprocket's and chain size, just seams like no one sells a kit, or package deal. And Rockymountain is to proud of the oem chain, or atleast I think $86.75 is high. And then I think it need's cut down, cause it shows 520-80. I'm looking for a 13t front 37t rear, and a 520-70 O or X ring chain. thanks for any help.

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Any thoughts on this one?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/520-x-70-Hea...item5895a6d2a7

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I think it was kind of expensive I don't remember but I went with sidewinder. Was the best sprockets they make and a "smartchain" Both are guaranteed forever. Very nice stuff
Krause Racing's Sidewinder Products 1 630 513 1000 very friendly and help full
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i dont know much or heard of that chain from forward powersports but the price is right and the tensile strength is there, i am currently running a RK GB520EXW X-ring atv chain and it is holding up great,i have tried rockymountains house brand i think it was called primary drive o ring chain and sprockets on my 400ex and the chain barely lasted 10 months


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Beside on the mention brand, any budget meal recommendation sprocket and chain kit? Im may need to replace mine soon.
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I think it was kind of expensive I don't remember but I went with sidewinder. Was the best sprockets they make and a "smartchain" Both are guaranteed forever. Very nice stuff
Krause Racing's Sidewinder Products 1 630 513 1000 very friendly and help full
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I also have their "smartchain"... light, strong, but rather costly.

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Is it true the smart chain never needs oiled?

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Is it true the smart chain never needs oiled?
no i think krause wants you to use there chainlube? its there secret expensive recipe?


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no i think krause wants you to use there chainlube? its there secret expensive recipe?
Humm that's not good! I still have yet to order one. Did you have to cut the one you purchased? I was thinking if I go that route to just pay a tad more and order a 520-150 and have 2 chains. Or just try that cheap eBay one for under $50.00 idk. I might just put old crap on till it stretches out. I do definitely need a new front sprocket. But rear and chain seam & look okay.

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yeah i had to cut it but it was like only 4 links ,as long as your rollers on your chain now doesnt have much slop in it you can prolly use it a little longer, i kept the stk gearing on mine and and both sprockets and chain wore out at same time so i replace all like the bible says!


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