How tight should my chain be on my motorized bicycle?
Too tight is as bad as too loose, but it’ll only take minutes to get it right. You should check and adjust your chain every 500 miles (805 km), and more often for a dirt bike. 1.2–1.6 inches (30–40 mm) is typical for streetbikes, while dirt bikes may need 1.4–2.0 inches (35–50 mm) of slack.
Can you use a 420 chain on a motorized bicycle?
#420 (#41) Chain #420 chain is used on motorcycles, mini bikes, go karts, and motorized tricycles.
What size chain is on a bicycle?
All modern bicycle chains are made to the “one-half inch pitch” standard, meaning from rivet to rivet is nominally 0.5 inches. The sprocket teeth are cut for this same one-half inch standard to accept bicycle chains. However, this does not mean all makes and models of chains are interchangeable.
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.
Can I use a bike chain for a go kart?
Most go kart chains and mini bike chains have the chain size stamped directly on the chain links. #35, 40, 41, 420 and 50 chain are used on American Go Karts and Mini Bikes.