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DID 520 NZ Heavy Duty Chain
DID 520 NZ Heavy Duty Chain

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Item #DID000U

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25 Reviews
4.2 out of 5 stars
5 Star   11 4 Star   10 3 Star   2 2 Star   1 1 Star   1
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Dubage23 Verified Purchaser
Over 10 months ago FLA
Durability5/5Ease of Installation5/5Performance5/5Style3/5
Good chain

I bought this chain because of its durability. We mostly ride in sand and this chain last great in the sand and still pulls with plenty of power.

Dogman Verified Purchaser
1 year ago Western North Carolina
Durability1/5Ease of Installation5/5Performance2/5Style3/5
Do not know if it is really heavy duty.

Spent the extra money on what is supposed to be the top strength chain for non-o-ring, and I have done nothing but tighten this thing. Stretching really bad. Ride style: Casual Terrain: Mountain OHV trails Bike: 07 YZ250 2-stroke.

CAL188 Top 100 Verified Purchaser
1 year 4 months ago Augusta,GA
Durability4/5Ease of Installation5/5Performance4/5Style4/5
DID 520 NZ Heavy Duty Chain

Able to get 50 hours from chain when installed with new Renthal sprockets used on Honda CRF 250R . Ride tracks at a C class level. Lube chain before every ride and in between. Pressure wash out chain after end of the day of riding and spray WD 40 to remove water from chain bsfore putting bike away.

Kdalpe Verified Purchaser
2 years 4 months ago
Durability5/5Ease of Installation4/5Performance5/5Style4/5

This chain has taken some abuse since install and it's holding up great

FartsMcGee69 Verified Purchaser
2 years 6 months ago
Durability4/5Ease of Installation4/5Performance4/5Style4/5

YZ450Neil Verified Purchaser
2 years 7 months ago Alta Loma, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91701, USA
Ease of Installation1/5Style1/5
Poor Workmanship

I have never experienced this before, but I could not put the master link together. A brand new chain and I had to use my old master link because the plate on the new link would not fit onto the posts. It's like the holes in the plate were too small. Disappointing to say the least, coming from "the number one motorcycle chain in the world".

EVILSCOTT Verified Purchaser
Over 5 years ago Oregon
Durability4/5Ease of Installation4/5Performance4/5Style4/5
Good 4 the $

Good product for the money.

MXSKI Verified Purchaser
Over 6 years ago NH
Durability4/5Ease of Installation2/5Performance3/5Style3/5
@#$%&% master link

Seems like a nice chain but the master link is so tight I had to press it together with a C-clamp!!!

danut Verified Purchaser
Over 6 years ago northbrook .il
Durability5/5Ease of Installation4/5Performance5/5Style5/5
The best

Tbsuz75 Verified Purchaser
Over 6 years ago Newton North Carolina
Durability5/5Ease of Installation5/5Performance5/5Style5/5
Great chain

I installed chain and competed in a 2 hour hare scrambles and the chain does not need an adjustment yet. I'm impressed!

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8 Questions
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Q: Will this work witha a banshee with a 13 tooth front sprocket?
Over 4 years ago
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 4 years ago
A: Yes, you will need to cut it down to fit your specific ATV set up.
Q: Will this chain fit 13tooth front 38 tooth back?
Over 5 years ago
I have a 05 Polaris Predator 500 and I was wondering if a 13t front and a 38t back will work with this length chain. How do I know or how can I tell?
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 5 years ago
A: With the stock 14/38 gearing on your bike a 92 link chain is required. This 120 link chain would definitely be long enough to fit with your 13/38 gearing. You need to be cut the chain to the correct length for your bike.
Q: Regarding a '95 xr650L, what is the smallest, strongest chain that supports street only use? I want the widest possible tire for the rear.
Over 6 years ago
Regarding a '95 xr650L, what is the smallest, strongest chain that supports street only use? I want the widest possible tire for the rear. Thank you.
MotoSport Staff
Over 6 years ago
A: When it comes to chains you have a couple of different options. You are going going to have standard unsealed chains and you will have sealed chains(x-ring or o-ring). The standard chains will be the narrowest chains as they do not need to have the extra width that the seals will require. Standard chains will require more maintenance and more frequent lubing due to the fact that internal rollers are not sealed from the elements and these are not the number one choice for street riding. The sealed chains tend to last longer as the internal rollers are sealed for road grime and dirt. They will require less maintenance as the rollers come pre-lubed and the lube is held in by the seals. They typically weigh more and will rob some horsepower due to the added friction in the chain from the seals. I would determine which style you would like to go with, as within each style, the width does not vary much from chain to chain and from manufacturer to manufacturer.
Q: I am thinking about buying an 87 suzuki quadrunner will this chain be right?
Over 6 years ago
i want it to last for a while and not break soon
MotoSport Staff
Over 6 years ago
A: Yes this chain would be good for your 87 Quadrunner. You may want to look into an o-ring chain though depending on where you ride as they will typically last longer if you are worried about reliability. The o-ring chain costs a little more but will be much better bang for your buck in the long run.
Q: Is this chain better for rm 125 rather than an o-ring chain?
Over 9 years ago
I am running steel sprockets on my 125cc. Will an o-ring cause a lot of drag on 125?
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 9 years ago
A: O-ring chains will cause drag compared to a non O-ring chain. It's not enough that you would probably notice it. If you want a chain that will last longer, get the o-ring. If the chain drag isn't something you want, get a non O-ring.
Q: Does this come with a clip style master link?
Over 9 years ago
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 9 years ago
A: Yes, these include a clip style master link.
Q: Will this fit the stock 2004 polaris predator 500
Over 10 years ago
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 10 years ago
A: yes it will fit.
Q: Is this a 520NZ chain?
Over 10 years ago
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 10 years ago
A: Yes it is.

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# Part Numbers
Product Variant Manufacturer Part #
DID 520 NZ Heavy Duty Chain 520NZ x 120
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