Question about 2004 Sym Husky 125
There is nothing special about the chain on that motorcycle. If you don't know what size the chain is and you can't remove the chain to take it with you then ride the bike to a shop and they can measure it. Most likely it is a 520 O-ring chain. If you buy a 120 link chain the proper size you will certainly have enough links. You will take the old chain off and lay the two side by side, then cut links from the new chain so it matches.
Often there is a sticker on the bike near the swingarm that tells what size and how many links are in the chain.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
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