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Morning lads, does this come with a split link? If not are the shaped plate kmc split links not in production anymore?
Posted by Adam
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Hi Adam - This comes with KMC's latest design of split link (what they refer to as the "Missing Link"), which is a type of split link that's formed of two plates, each with a pin built-in, which are then pulled against each other to lock into place. We don't usually recommend these for trials use though as the more traditional type of split link tends to be a little stronger. Those traditional split links don't use the same side plate profile as the Kool chain but still work with them absolutely fine. Thanks, Mark
Would this chain mesh correctly with the V!Z Seventy Two Freewheel (010329)?
Posted by Owen Seal
Hi Owen - yes, these two would work together perfectly. Thanks, Flipp.
Hello,have this chain on my Onza Comp and want to remove it but I don't how?
Posted by Jordan
Hi Jordan - You would need a Chain Tool from our Tools section to remove your chain. If you check out this video it should hopefully help out: https://vimeo.com/61614984 Thanks, Mark
i have this chain and have recently snapped it. i was wondering where i could get some links to fit this chain mins is a k-8l
Posted by Dan
Hi Dan - If you need some spare links for your chain we have some available here: http://www.tartybikes.co.uk/chains/kmc_chain_offcuts/c7p11761.html Thanks, Mark
could you keep the chain at full length and just fit a tensioner?
Posted by Jake
Hi Jake - The chain's full length is very long, so for any conventional trials setup you'll need to cut it to size. Tensioners can remove some slack from chains, but they wouldn't be able to remove that much slack unfortunately. Thanks, Mark
how do i know its the correct lenghth?
Posted by jim
Hi Jim - All of our chains are supplied 'full length', which means they're suitable for use on other bikes like BMXs or mountain bikes too. Because trials bikes use smaller gear ratios (and therefore require less chain), it means that there will always be plenty of extra links. This means you'll need to use a chain tool to 'cut' your chain down to the right length for your particular bike and setup. Thanks, Mark
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Based on 5 customer ratings
easy fitting chain
Posted by andrew
Been a long time since I fitted a chain, but this was an easy 5 min job, good and strong.
good strong chain
Posted by David
This is a nice strong chain, that barely stretched at all when first fitted. Comes with plenty of links.
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