Sunstar 520 SSR O-Ring Sealed Ring Chain Master Link

$5.99
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Sunstar 520 SSR O-Ring Sealed Ring Chain Master Link
Sunstar 520 SSR O-Ring Sealed Ring Chain Master Link
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  • This clip-style master link for the Sunstar 520 SSR chain makes for easy chain maintenance on your ride.
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Location: Eagleville, PA, USA
BobD1001
Great Master Link

Used this when putting the new Sunstar 520SSR chain and new sprockets on my LTZ400. Was a very good fit, and seems exceptionally secure. Keep in mind that with O-Ring Master Links you will need a chain press to properly install. I keep a spare master link on my quad too, which could be installed in the field were a chain to break, however without a chain press you would likely have to exclude a couple of the o-rings, but it should get you home no problem.

Overall these seem like very well manufactured, quality, master links.

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Location: Arizona
jmakx6
Good to have an extra

I purchased an extra master link, have not needed to use it yet.

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Location: Ohio
Flip

Will buy again if and when needed.

Overall 4 out of 5 stars
MXJunky
Handy Spare

Easy to install if your chain breaks.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Location: Danville, VA
kawidriver
Great Purchase

Very easy to install and held up very well until I got the rivet style masterlink! Great Product!

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Hunter Location: Mayfield, KY 42066, USA
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Hunter 2 years 7 months ago Location: Mayfield, KY 42066, USA
Will this fit on any o ring chain?
Didnt know if it needed to be a specific length or width?
MotoSport Staff
2 years 7 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
MotoSportExpert
Unfortunately chains vary between manufacturers and almost all require different master links. You will want to determine exactly what chain you have, and purchase the proper master link for that chain.
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