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Just replaced mine few weeks ago, I got D.I.D 520 Chain and SuperSprox sprockets, make sure you get a quality chain cutting and riveting tool. Also get a quality torque wrench and some Locktite 2071 for the rear bolts and 232 for the front sprocket nut. At least that what is says in manual and thats what I did. :p
 

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Just replaced mine few weeks ago, I got D.I.D 520 Chain and SuperSprox sprockets, make sure you get a quality chain cutting and riveting tool. Also get a quality torque wrench and some Locktite 2071 for the rear bolts and 232 for the front sprocket nut. At least that what is says in manual and thats what I did. :p
OK - So I was wondering if the chain can be removed intact without cutting it?
 
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