Wr400 Chain


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  • 69jamie69jamie

Posted October 17, 2005 - 02:54 AM

#1

Hi Does Anyone Know What Length Chain I Should Get For A Yamaha Wr400 '1999'. And Where Can You Get The Coloured Chains From Wb Jamie

  • Brettv

Posted October 17, 2005 - 04:58 AM

#2

it has to be a 520
not sure of length, but u can always get them cut, i remember i bought a DID vm x-ring or something and had to get 3 links cut off
it should say in your manual how many links the chain should be

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  • Captain Bob

Posted October 17, 2005 - 05:35 AM

#3

I just put a new chain on my 99 WR 400. The length is 116 links. That is assuming you are running stock gearing which is 18 tooth countershaft and 50 tooth rear wheel sprocket (18/50). I am running 13/50 and therefore took a link out of my chain. Hope this helps!

Bob

  • SXP

Posted October 17, 2005 - 06:21 AM

#4

That is assuming you are running stock gearing which is 18 tooth countershaft and 50 tooth rear wheel sprocket (18/50). Bob


NOT! Jeez Bob, 18/50 :banghead: These things are off road machines not hwy machines. Besides, I doubt if a 18 tooth would physically fit. Stock is 14/50.

  • Captain Bob

Posted October 17, 2005 - 07:10 AM

#5

NOT! Jeez Bob, 18/50 :banghead: These things are off road machines not hwy machines. Besides, I doubt if a 18 tooth would physically fit. Stock is 14/50.


Oh! You are so right! I meant to say 14/50! &%$#@! was I thinkin? just goes to show you... I can't let my fingers do the talkin! Sorry about that! I fatfingured the keyboard!

Bob




 
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