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Any comments on this chain?

I know I have to cut two links

RK Racing Chain 428SO-124 '124-Links' Standard O-Ring Motorcycle Chain
 

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It's a good chain. Use a Dremel or other small grinder and remove links until you get the right length. No sweat. Galaxies better than an OEM chain as far as durability.
 

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I think this is what I put on my TW. It was what the dealer had available. I wish I had gotten one of the $29.00 chains that PlamStateCrawler just informed us about: Link to Thread Here



I also got a chain breaker and it helped with putting the master link on as well as taking two links out.
 

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[quote name='Bullspit' date='21 July 2012 - 11:09 AM' timestamp='1342886988' post='50799']

I think this is what I put on my TW. It was what the dealer had available. I wish I had gotten one of the $29.00 chains that PlamStateCrawler just informed us about:



True, also tried to get one of those $29.00 chains but was too late. I have the D.I.D. on my TW at the moment. Buying a back up now but could not find a dealer who ships to the Caribbean. Amazon sells the RK and ships to here.
 

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Any o-ring chain is golden. Change the sprockets at the same time. Worn sprocketes will kill a new chain really fast.
 
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