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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 04-29-2006, 01:09 AM Thread Starter
 
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what chain for a 954?

What should i get , can some one help me out, also what stands should i get?
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DID Gold X Ring chain and Pit-Bull stands.

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RK or DID. I like DID X-ring chains the best.
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RK or DID. I like DID X-ring chains the best.
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I got the DID 530VM Gold chain for my CBR. And also the Esjot steel sprockets. I used a Motion Pro Jumbo chain breaker from Speedwerks to break the old chain, and install the new one.
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I got the DID 530VM Gold chain for my CBR. And also the Esjot steel sprockets. I used a Motion Pro Jumbo chain breaker from Speedwerks to break the old chain, and install the new one.
Got'a have the breaker and rivet tool to do the job right.

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Got'a have the breaker and rivet tool to do the job right.
I had to. I got the chain on sale, but it came with 120 links and I needed 114. I could have broken the new chain down with a hammer and drift, but why take a chance of messing up a hundred dollar chain. Plus the tool is high quality and will last several generations. And if anyone I know needs a chain put on, I can be a hero.
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What should i get , can some one help me out, also what stands should i get?
go with a rk gxw
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I've got a DID gold for street and a Tsubaki for the strip.

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lowdudget.... 2 chains for one bike? You must be using a removeable link?!?????




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lowdudget.... 2 chains for one bike? You must be using a removeable link?!?????
yep...............I know I know not safe yadda yadda yadda..........I've put LOTS of power on mine with no trouble at all.

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Thanx, Where do i find Pit Bull stands...and why do u like them?
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Thanx, Where do i find Pit Bull stands...and why do u like them?
You can buy/order them from most any motorcycle dealer or web site. I like'em because the are the best.

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