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flintlock28

Cheapest place to order Regins Chain?

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Where's the cheapest place to order Regina chains from?? I think the cheapest "o" ring model I found for an 04' Yz450f was about $ 81...anybody do better?

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I have not been able to find a lower price for the yz o-ring you're searching for. $88 before shipping at Rocky Mountain. Have you tried the TT store?

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Rockymountain has a primary drive o-ring for like 40 bucks, it's the one I just installed on my bike. Haven't had any ride time on it yet tho.

They are very long-lasting. I just put one back on for a trail ride after I took it off after a full season of motocross. I had to move the wheel FORWARD as the o-ring chain was worn LESS than the non-o-ring chain I just installed a few months ago.

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They are very long-lasting. I just put one back on for a trail ride after I took it off after a full season of motocross. I had to move the wheel FORWARD as the o-ring chain was worn LESS than the non-o-ring chain I just installed a few months ago.

But arent the PD Oring chains notorious for being a little "wide" and hence are more prone to "slapping" against the frame inside the footpegs? I always look at this and check/adjust my ORN6 with regularity

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The only problem might be a bit of master link interference with the stock chain guide. My guide was considerably worn, so it was not a problem. A Fredette chain guide will clear ANY chain, however!

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We use the Renthal gold chain and like it alot better than the Regina. It lasted longer.
I don't suppose you were aware that the Renthal Gold O-ring chain is in fact a Regina ORN-6 made for Renthal by Regina, and, of course, sold for a higher price than Regina charges. :excuseme:

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