BikeMaster 520 Heavy-Duty Chain

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Description Item #BMS0011

At BikeMaster, they understand the quality and performance that motorcycle owners demand. They also understand that quality should be affordable. Not just for professional riders and mechanics, but for the everyday rider / mechanic as well. That is why BikeMaster continues to bring that level of quality and performance to all riders with their complete line of tools, parts and accessories at affordable prices.

The BikeMaster Heavy-Duty Chain is a replacement chain for motorcycle models which require non-sealed chains.

  • Average tensile strength of 6,834 pounds.
  • Suitable for 250cc maximum displacement street and off-road use.
  • Includes clip-style master link.
  • 120 links.
  • Note: Non-sealed chains require more regular maintenance than sealed (O-ring, X-ring) versions.

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Mick58075
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Chain

Chain was in slightly different increments than OEM chain. Had to cut down and adjust tire back to compensate.

Gabe
Top 1000 Contributor Verified Purchaser
Boonville, IN
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Cheap chain that delivers

It's not the priciest of the chains, but if you're not planning on racing or driving stupidly, you don't really need more than this for the type of bike that I have.


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Gabe
Location: midway Ga , 31320
Q: I have a Suzuki tl1000r.Would this chain be fine to ride with?
1 year 11 months ago
MotoSportGrantK
MotoSport Staff Expert Top 1 Contributor
1 year 10 months ago
A: No, the BikeMaster 520 Heavy-Duty Chain is only rated for bikes up to 250cc. Also, your bike comes stock with 530 pitch chain and sprockets. Being that your bike has a displacement of 996cc's, you will want to go with a chain rated for that amount of power. I would recommend taking a look at the Renthal R4 chain which you can find here: http://www.motosport.com/motorcycle/Renthal-530-R4-SRS-Chain-120-Links
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