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Im getting ready to do the swingarm extensions and was wondering what brand chain would be a good one to go with that is reasonable. Also I will probably be changing out the sprockets... maybe go with the 15/45 I just do not want to lose too much topend. Thinking about a 44 maybe, I just know I don't like the gearing on it now. Im only going 4-6 on extensions, anybody have any suggestions on chain and sprockets, or where to get them? Its been a while, and I have been messing around with 4 wheelers, just not the same torqe output. lol :D

Im going to wait till I get the extensions on but since my chain and sprockets are on now, can I get a proximate measurement? Thought I could just measure like 6"s worth of chain links and double that + a few to what I have now. Anyone else have a similar setup with a close number on chain links. Of course I would add for the up sized sprocket.:) Thanks! ooh and braided brake line needed also!!
 

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i'm using a RK 130 link chain, i used 129. i went with afam sprockets -1 front +2 rear. kneedraggers.com is a good place to shop.

part numbers right here


 

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Thanks man, that looks like everything I need right now. I checked out the site, a lot of good stuff! I see you stuck with the 530, for strength?? You got any pics of ur bike extended?
 

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Thanks man, that looks like everything I need right now. I checked out the site, a lot of good stuff! I see you stuck with the 530, for strength?? You got any pics of ur bike extended?

yeah i was 250 +/- pounds and i didn't know what kind of stress i'd be putting on it in the future.. if you're just going to run it with bolt ons i'd go with a lighter link chain for sure! especially if you're a smaller guy :thumb:




 

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Thanks for the heads up, yep, only 170 pounds and just bolt-ons. Think I will go with the 520.

Nice lookin bike!!
 
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