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1983 Suzuki RM60

Renthal 420 R1 Chain - 120 Links

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OEM Stock Sizes for a 1983 Suzuki RM60
Chain Type: 420 Chain Length: 92
Front Sprocket: 12 Rear Sprocket: 42
For reference only. Please verify with owners manual.
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Product Description

Renthal's R1 Works Chain is a high-strength non O-ring chain with excellent impact load resistance designed specifically to withstand the stress found in off-road applications. This chain is the choice where a combination of high strength, light weight and maximum power transfer are important considerations.

  • Shot-peened alloy steel side plates for high tensile strength and maximum impact load resistance.
  • Chamfered inner links to reduce the chance of chain derailment.
  • Extended bushings to reduce friction between outer and inner link plates, maximizing power output.
  • Chromized bearing pins for excellent resistance to wear.
  • Gold color side plates help prevent corrosion.
  • Most perfectly matched chain for Renthal sprockets allowing maximum power at the rear wheel. This also extends the life of both the chain and sprockets.
  • Average tensile strength of 4,271 pounds.
  • Wear life index: 300.
  • Maximum displacement (street / off-road): N/A / 150cc.
  • Weight (per 100 links): 1.76 pounds.
  • Each chain includes master link and a pair of latex gloves for mess free installation.
  • 120 links.
  • Note: Non-sealed chains require more regular maintenance than sealed (O-ring, X-ring) versions and are mainly recommended for off-road use.
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Ease of Installation
Top 1000 Contributor Verified Purchaser
Location: Cary, NC, USA
Much better than a stock chain

I got this chain a while ago and it is still in great shape with alot less streching than a stock chain. I would recomend this to anyone who needs a new chain.

Ease of Installation
Verified Purchaser
Location: Cape Cod, Massachusetts, USA
Just what I needed!

Can't beat the price and holds up better then expected. Very well packaged and I will be buying more of there products for sure. Thanks Motosport.

Ease of Installation
Verified Purchaser
Location: c-ville pa.
Good choice

for being a non o-ring chain, it does hold up well. found that normal maintenace(wire brush before lube and wd 40 after wash) really pro longed chain and sprocket life. perfect for my son's 65

Ease of Installation
Top 500 Contributor Verified Purchaser
Location: Roanoke, VA
Great chain

Installed this on my sons KX65 since the stock chain was stretching so bad. This chain does not require adjustment as frequent and so far has been great.

Location: CLINTON


Kris #52
Top 1000 Contributor
Location: Sulphur Springs, TX
Great Quality!

Renthal is the best! Of course, the quality is great!

Location: Graham, TX
Best Chain on Market

Renthal Chains are the best chains on the market in my opion. They hold up under the brutal conditions of motocross.

Top 100 Contributor Top 250 Contributor
Location: Brookings, Oregon
Can't Go wrong with Renthal!

Just a very quality chain! Make sure you put the master link on in the right direction. The round part of the retainer clip goes forward when the chain goes around the top of the sprockets.

Location: Cut Off, Louisiana
Excellent Buy

This is by far the best chain i have ever bought. It gives you maximum HP and Torque to your rear wheel or wheels and will withstand just bout anything you can throw at it. It is also a long lasting chain.

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isiproducts Over 5 years ago
Is this an o-ring chain?
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 5 years ago
This is a non o-ring chain.
foxrider23 Over 5 years ago
How would i go about cutting this chain.?
What will i have to do to cut this chain and is there another way to shorten it.
MotoSport Staff
Over 5 years ago Location: Portland, OR
The cleanest way to do it would be with a chain breaker. Or you can use a grinder, just make sure you count the links before you cut them off.
Over 3 years ago
would have to take the master link off of the bike then off the spockets after that you can etheir pry , grind or shave off how ever many other links you need the run the chain back through the front then back sprocket and connect the master link.
keglor Over 5 years ago
Will i have to cut a new renthal r1 chain for my sons 2005 rm.65?
MotoSport Staff
Over 5 years ago Location: Portland, OR
Most likely you will have to cut the chain.
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