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Gusset Slink Half-Link BMX Chain

Slink Chain, Slotted Cranked Links - Made entirely of half links!

Attractive style Cranked link chain (made entirely from ½ links).

Each link overlaps the next, combined with square riveted pins, reduces risk of chain breakage (falling apart). Grind friendly straight outer plate edges, avoid getting hung up.

Cutaway inner plate edges give improved sprocket wrap, allowing perfect running down to 8 teeth sprockets. Slotted plates, reduce excess weight.

SCM steel with Carburized Nitrogen heat treatment provides breaking strength of 1300Kgf. (Std chain is approx 850 Kgf)

Features:

  • Made entirely of half links!
  • Grind friendly straight outer plate edges
  • 3/32" - (Looks trick on Single Speed bikes with 3/32" cogs...) 360g 102 Links.
  • 1/8" - 474g 102 Links.

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  • Colour: Red, Purple, Green, Black, Blue, White, Silver, Pink
  • Option: 3/32", 1/8"
 
Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 21 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great chain The last one of these chains Lasted just over 3 years on my sons race Bmx bike. Great chain really strong 10 September 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by good chain looks awesome does what it's supposed to all those "mechanics" who reviewed this product saying that it is hard to resize need to rethink their career! it was easy, I did mine with a simple crank bros multi-tool. yeah a little paint came off but so what! it hasn't shown signs of stretch yet unlike my old YKK chain. however i;m suspicious that they are all made in the same place anyway 07 May 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good chain! This chain is pretty nice looking, I love the green colour! I have had this chain for a year now, no problems with it. The colour is not falling off, and not stretch. The only bad thing I know, it that when I was trying to put the chain on my bike, I could not use a normal chain tool, and the bolt with it nearly broke, so I used a hammer insted. I recomment this chain, but its heavy, but it havent happend a thing after all my jumps. 24 May 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by I had it for a while and snapped it by cycling not being ruff it's alright 06 December 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by sucks ass. Please do yourself a favor and don't buy this chain as although the price looks like a bargain it's really not. Firstly this chain stretchs like no other and when you try to take a link out it becomes too tight to run properley.Installation is a nightmare, it took me almost 2 hours to change a link and i'm a cyteck qualified mechanic, the links bend when splitting it or deform when putting the pin in and then you have to use a pair of pliers to quish it back into line. Strength wise it's perfetic, i snapped two chain ring bolts going to work and had to push the bike home, looked down to find the chain had snapped off walking back... 07 August 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by brilliant i have had this chain longer than a year now. its only snapped once and that was because i landed on the chain ring when i was grinding. but after a year it started to creek really bad. i brought a white chain, and it is still white. 29 April 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Not happy at all! Ran this chain on a single speed 29er and it stretched beyond belief after just a few rides. Didn't run smoothly even when cleaned and oiled, binned it and bought an 8spd SRAM chain, miles better. Wouldn't recommend but does look trick being coloured. 14 November 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by very strong chain i have had mine for a long time now and it has not broken or stretched but a little bit heavy but good for the money 03 August 2011
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I'm running a Halo Wheels Combat single speed setup on my rear wheel, which is 10T, I've just downsized my chainring from 36T to 32T and my 1/8" half link chain doesn't fit on it. I'm wondering if the 3/32" size will fit... or if neither of them do, what size can I go with? thanks!
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The Narrow-Wide chainrings are designed to run a multi-speed (3/32") chain, so the 3/32" version of this Gusset Half Link should be fine, yes.
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3/32 is more narrow than 1/8th don't know what you could use sorry
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dirt bike single speed what does it fits

hello i got a head dirt pro wiht 25-11 gearing. 25 t front sprocket and 11 t back sprocket and i am wondering about if the 3/32" chain or the 1/8" chain wil fitt and i dont know the difrent about those two chains so i dont know what to chose. thank you for reply. sorry for bad english
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The chain size required is determined by the sprocket width however as a 1/8" can be used on both 1/8" and 3/32" sprockets it would be the better option.

1/8" is also the most common chain size for BMX/DJ riding.
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