Hello, I apologize if this question has been asked before but this forum's search function seems to not be working.
I have a 2001 TW200 (it's the first one with a disc front brake) and I would like to convert to a 15t front sprocket and keep the rear sprocket stock (which I believe is a 50t sprocket). Could you tell me which chain length I should buy? Thanks!
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I converted my 2013 TW to a 15T front sprocket and O-ring chain and used chain cut to 120 links. Only 1 tooth difference on the front sprocket should not make any difference in chain length.
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I previously stated that with a 50T rear sprocket and a 15T front takes a 120 link chain. I dug my old chain out and counted the links, It had 122 links. Sorry about the misinformation.
Yep, 122. My '96 came with a stock rear and 15 tooth front with 122 links in the chain, which is the stock length.
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