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RK Racing Chain GB520MXU-72 Gold 72-Link Heavy Duty Chain with C

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RK Racing Chain GB520MXU-72 Gold 72-Link Heavy Duty Chain with C

Product description

Size:72 Link

GB520MXU is the lightest sealed-ring motocross chain available on the market today. Made for the professional motocross racer, GB520MXU is the next generation of motocross racing chains featuring RK's new UW-sealing rings. MXU chains are designed to provide the most consistent power delivery and increased chain life. All components are heat treated using RK's exclusive HIT (Heat Induction Transfer) process. GB520MXU has a maximum tensile strength rated at 9,000 foot pounds, weighs a mere 3.0 lbs. for 100 links and can handle any MX race application from 125 to 500ccs. Pin Length in mm: 18mm. Maximum Wear Life Index: 600. Maximum Tensile in lbs./Ft: 9000lbs/ft. Master link Type: Clip. Weight in Lbs. per 100 Links: 3.1lbs. Max cc: NA-Street / 500cc Off-Road. 19.2 Links per foot. 15.875mm Pin to Pin center. Your original purchase of RK sealed-ring chain is warranted to be free of defects in material and workmanship for 20,000 miles of street riding or one-year of off-road use. There is absolutely no warranty of any kind for an RK Chain used in ANY racing competition.

RK Racing Chain GB520MXU-72 Gold 72-Link Heavy Duty Chain with C

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