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TT125LE - is the drive chain a 520?

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Just bought an 06 TT125LE and want to get some spare master links - is the chain size a 520? Thanks

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428.. 122 links
the links depends on what size sprockets ya have on it

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well im sorry..im not making a table for all the links to fit different sprockets, but for stock its 428/122
calm down bro..didnt mean to tick ya off...i was just sayin that in case he didnt know or something???

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lol... sorry, you didn't tick me off.. just saying 428/122 is stock, and he wasn't asking about changing sprockets sizes, so no need to say anything about it

my b.

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alright this is a hijackin...

is the only difference between a o-ring x-ring and non-oring chain is that it is more durable or does it also have a stronger tensile rate? confused I need a new chain but don't wanna spend $70 on an oring chain rather spend $20 on a chain

sorry for the hijacking

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i like how this was a simple question, but like 5 people answered exactly the same response. humorous

Well apparently its the right answer :banghead:

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lol... sorry, you didn't tick me off.. just saying 428/122 is stock, and he wasn't asking about changing sprockets sizes, so no need to say anything about it

my b.

i see now....its all good tho...right??? :banghead:

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alright this is a hijackin...

is the only difference between a o-ring x-ring and non-oring chain is that it is more durable or does it also have a stronger tensile rate? confused I need a new chain but don't wanna spend $70 on an oring chain rather spend $20 on a chain

sorry for the hijacking

Just get a regular chain.

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yea.. its all good

if you can afford it go with an o-ring chain, it will last much longer

is the original poster even looking at this thread... he hasn't responded any

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yea.. its all good

if you can afford it go with an o-ring chain, it will last much longer

is the original poster even looking at this thread... he hasn't responded any

Yes going with an oring chain is a good idea if your going to have the bike for awhile.

I don't think they are looking at the thread anymore :banghead:

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Yeh, HOW ABOUT WE KILL THIS THREAD. THERE WERE SO MANY RETARDED RESPONSES EVERYONE STOPPED LOOKING AT IT.

"LET IT DIE ALREADY!"

Umm dude. &%$#@! is your problem? No "retarded" posts in here. There really isn't a reason to make this thread "die already."

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