- 1 What size chain do motorized bikes use?
- 2 Can you use a 420 chain on a motorized bicycle?
- 3 Can you use any chain on a bike?
- 4 Is 41 chain the same as 410?
- 5 What size bike chain do I need single speed?
- 6 What is a 35 chain?
- 7 What does T8F mean?
- 8 How often should I change my bike chain?
- 9 How do I know my bike chain size?
What size chain do motorized bikes use?
#41 motorized bike chain. The #41 chain is a strong alternative chain that replaces the 415 & 410 motorized bike chains. (under options select sizes to order 4-8 foot lengths, includes 1 master link) Fits all Manic Mechanic sprockets! Most engine kits come with a 5 foot chain
Can you use a 420 chain on a motorized bicycle?
#420 chain is used on motorcycles, mini bikes, go karts, and motorized tricycles.
Can you use any chain on a bike?
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.
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 size bike chain do I need single speed?
1/8″ chains are used exclusively for single speed setups. In addition to the other answers, I found it helpful to read that the nominal width of a chain (1/8 or 3/32) actually refers to the width of the sprocket.
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.
How often should I change my bike chain?
The 2,000-Mile Rule. To avoid this accelerated wear of your cassette and chainrings, a general rule of thumb is to replace your bike’s chain every 2,000 miles. Mind you, this is just a starting point. No two chains will wear at exactly the same rate because no two riders treat their chains the same. 4
How do I know my bike chain size?
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.