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wanting to change gearing, thinking 14/47 with 110 link chain for off road use--sidewinder tri metal. 110 chain link count sound right? cman

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I just put a new 110 link chain on my stock S gearing and it just BARELY fit. Adjusters are at 0.

[it also probably wouldn't have fit had I not ran the chain on my SM setup for a couple of hundred miles first to get out that initial stretch.]

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thanks for the reply, I wrote this down for future ref,--cman

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I just put a new 110 link chain on my stock S gearing and it just BARELY fit. Adjusters are at 0.

[it also probably wouldn't have fit had I not ran the chain on my SM setup for a couple of hundred miles first to get out that initial stretch.]

What??? At 0 with the 15/44 setup :excuseme:

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If I recall stock is 112 links.

Sprocket specialists has calculator on their site. Put in the CS to axle distance with the sprockets and it spits out links required.

I checked both ends of the axle travel with both sets of gearing. Now I have a couple extra links for the wheel change.

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