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We carry a huge selection of off road sprockets and chains. Powersport sprockets and chains from Primary Drive, Supersprox and Renthal for motocross and serious trail riding. Great prices on the best x-ring chains, o-ring chains and standard chains from primary drive, RK, D.I.D and more.
Josh in MI
While these are cheaper than OEM and I will certainly buy more in the future as needed, on my particular bikes (2004 and 2006 KTM 525 EXC) the fitment was VERY tight. Perhaps that's a good thing because you wouldn't want it slapping around, but I had to install one screw loosely in the swingarm, heat up the plastic, have a friend grab it with vise grips and pull as hard as they could so I could line up the second screw hole and barely managed to thread it in. Once it's in it works great and seems to wear like an OEM.Read All Reviews
Kevin in NC
If you own a KTM 300, I can not emphasize this enough, 118 link is not OEM! I know that the KTM specification says it is, but it is not. If you want a chain to fit right for the OEM spec 50 tooth rear sprocket / 13 tooth front sprocket, you need a 116 link 520 chain. If you dont believe me, take a minute and count the links on the chain that came on your bike. Also, you can press out 2 links, but you need a heavy duty breaker and I learned that the hard way by trashing two links with a light duty chain breaker. Now I have a 114 link chain that might fit one the kids bikes.Read All Reviews