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SUZUKI INTRUDER 125, WHICH CHAIN SHOULD I BUY

ADJUSTED CHAIN YET AGAIN AND NOW RIGHT AT THE END OF ADJUSTMENT, STILL SLACK SO IM THINKING A NEW CHAIN IS IN ORDER, WHAT CHAIN SHOULD I BUY?

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The chain type is 428. take chain off and count # of links.give those 2 #s to parts guy. when you replace a worn chain,the front and rear sprockets should be replaced at the same time, because worn sprockets and a new chain will cause accelerated chain wear. count # of teeth on sprockets & give those 2#s to the parts guy also. if you want a longer wearing chain, buy one w/ the highest tensile strength,once again, parts guy can help you find that.dont forget,lube & adjust chain as needed.

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