KMC 520 136L Motorcycle Drive Chain Suzuki DR350S SE 500S/R DRZ 400E S SM 500S/R

KMC 520 136L Motorcycle Drive Chain Suzuki DR350S SE 500S/R DRZ 400E S SM 500S/R

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Description:

  • Brand new heavy duty KMC black 520 136 links drive chain Joint link included
  • Mainly use for 150cc 200cc 250cc ATV Quad Pit Dirt Bike Buggy Go Kart

Features:

  • Quality engineered for strength and durability
  • Roundness compatibility reduces friction and extended life chain
  • Chain can be easily shortened using a chain breaker or a bench grinder and punch to fit your need

FAQs

  • Q: What way do motorcycle chain sizes work?
  • A: Generally sizes are described as 'pitch by length. For example 520-118 - this has a pitch of 520 and is 118 links long.
  • Q: What does 'pitch' mean in relation to a drive chain?
  • A: It's actually the distance between the chain pins.
  • Q: How do I know what size my chain is?
  • A: Most motorcycle chain brands stamp the size.
  • Q: How often should I lube my motorcycle chain?
  • A: For road bikes suggest every 300-500 miles, for off-road/motocross bikes it's much more regular as the conditions will strip the chains dry.

Description:

  • Brand new heavy duty KMC black 520 136 links drive chain Joint link included
  • Mainly use for 150cc 200cc 250cc ATV Quad Pit Dirt Bike Buggy Go Kart

Features:

  • Quality engineered for strength and durability
  • Roundness compatibility reduces friction and extended life chain
  • Chain can be easily shortened using a chain breaker or a bench grinder and punch to fit your need

FAQs

  • Q: What way do motorcycle chain sizes work?
  • A: Generally sizes are described as 'pitch by length. For example 520-118 - this has a pitch of 520 and is 118 links long.
  • Q: What does 'pitch' mean in relation to a drive chain?
  • A: It's actually the distance between the chain pins.
  • Q: How do I know what size my chain is?
  • A: Most motorcycle chain brands stamp the size.
  • Q: How often should I lube my motorcycle chain?
  • A: For road bikes suggest every 300-500 miles, for off-road/motocross bikes it's much more regular as the conditions will strip the chains dry.