- 1 What size chain comes with a bicycle motor kit?
- 2 How do I know what chain fits my bike?
- 3 Can you use a 420 chain on a motorized bicycle?
- 4 Are 40 and 420 chains the same?
- 5 What size is a bicycle chain?
- 6 How do I know my chain size?
- 7 Is 41 chain the same as 410?
- 8 What is a 35 chain?
- 9 What does T8F mean?
What size chain comes with a bicycle motor kit?
While most kits come with #41 or #410 chain, there is not a set in stone standard with the same chain type each and every time. The factories seem to switch things up a bit as they please. Also, on some kits a #415 chain is too wide and will hit the case, behind the sprocket.
How do I know what chain fits my bike?
Begin by counting the number of teeth on the largest front sprocket and largest rear. These numbers are often printed right on the sprockets and cogs. Next, measure the distance between the middle of the crank bolt to the rear axle. This is also the chain stay length.
Can you use a 420 chain on a motorized bicycle?
#420 chain is used on motorcycles, mini bikes, go karts, and motorized tricycles.
Are 40 and 420 chains the same?
Active Member. 420 chain is stronger than 41, it has larger pins, the 40 is a little wider, same pin size as 420.
What size is a bicycle chain?
Chains come in 3⁄32 in (2.4 mm), 1⁄8 in (3.2 mm), 5⁄32 in (4.0 mm), or 3⁄16 in (4.8 mm) roller widths, the internal width between the inner plates. 1⁄8 in (3.2 mm) chains are typically used on bikes with a single rear sprocket: those with coaster brakes, hub gears, fixed gears such as track bicycles, or BMX bikes.
How do I know my chain size?
To measure the chain size, if you have just the sprocket, use calipers to measure between the teeth. Measure from center to center of where the chain roller would set between the teeth that will give you the pitch. Once you know the pitch you can determine what chain size you would need.
Is 41 chain the same as 410?
A 410 chain is a bicycle chain that’s slightly beefed up. The #41 chain works great, your not ever going to snap it. The big problem with a #41 chain is the width. They are fat can rub on wide rear tires and barley fit in the stock chain tensioner pulley.
What is a 35 chain?
#35 Chain: Typically seen on small wheeled mini-bikes and dead axle karts. This smaller chain is lightweight and comes with more racing options than it’s bigger counterparts. We stock a variation of clutches and sprockets to fit this chain.
What does T8F mean?
T8F is a size chain measurement in between #25 and #35 chain. the H stands for hardened. Paul D.