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Chain size what is the chain size on a 2003 KDX 200,

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520, 118 links

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Hello,

Kindly check this link for reference:

http://www.oztion.com.au/vshops/item.aspx?itemid=3787269&tid=

I hope you may find the size you are looking for.

Posted on Apr 20, 2009

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    Melvin Ramos Apr 20, 2009

    Additional: Chain size is 480 or 520 O-RING.




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