|18th April 2010||#1|
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sorry to have such a vague post, but they are vital in fixed freestyle, as a snapped one leads to melon knee.
i need a long and strong one! bmx ones are aimed at microdrive more these days, so 44t -16t with a long 700c chainstay could be an issue, i dont wanna have to buy 2 chains!
|28th April 2012||#8|
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Wippermann 1R8 comes in 112 link now, make sure you don't get an old stock 96 link one. I had quite a bit left over after fitting to 53/15 geared track bike, so plenty long enough. In fact, if you check you'll find 96 link will fit 44/16 up to a chainstay length of 415mm
|3rd May 2012||#12|
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Had a KMC Z510HX Dropbuster on my bmx for 2 years, and on my fixie for over 1 year. Both hold up incredibly well, and as a result of having the same chain on 3 bikes, i have enough spare links to make a new chain. Definately money well spent.
Also had a KHE Collapse chain (BMX, but should fit), and that never snapped and took serious punishment.
|3rd May 2012||#13|
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