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8/4/2017 4:41 AM

I'm ready to order a new gold chain but I'd like to see what everyone suggests, and I'd also like to see how gold it is in reality and not a the photo you see on the websites. Thanks! cool

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8/4/2017 4:51 AM

Did

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8/4/2017 4:54 AM

IMO check out a primary drive o ring or x ring chain. I used them in the past and they were pretty good. Im rocking the stock chain on my bike still :/

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8/4/2017 5:01 AM

Rk

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8/4/2017 5:02 AM

crusty_xx wrote:

Did

the d.i.d ert2 chain and rk gb520 are on the top of my list.

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8/4/2017 5:04 AM

nascarnate326 wrote:

IMO check out a primary drive o ring or x ring chain. I used them in the past and they were pretty good. Im rocking the stock ...more

haha I'm not sure if mines the stock one or not, the previous owner used motor oil for chain lube..

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8/4/2017 5:06 AM

Looks like these are the most gold you can get.

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8/4/2017 5:21 AM

They're gold. They don't sparkle like a gold nugget laying in a Sierra Nevada creek bed, but they're gold. My opinion is just get a regular RK or Renthal gold chain. O-ring chains are a hassle. I used to run them, but they're heavier and such a pain to get on and off. Just buy a quality chain of the type mentioned above. Use a good chain lube (I prefer Maxima Chain Wax) and then just brush with a wire brush after each day's ride and lubricate again. I've been working that system for years. I also run steel sprockets and to be honest, I get tired of looking at the same chain and sprocket after a year or so, so I just change them out for something different - not because they are worn out.

While you're at it, torque your sprocket bolts. Yes, much ty

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8/4/2017 5:48 AM

I really like the DID ERT2, I believe it's one of the lighter non o-ring chains on the market.

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8/4/2017 6:09 AM

I used to always get the gold chain, but other than the color it never provided me any difference in quality or longevity. Just my opinion...

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8/4/2017 6:13 AM

yzjs7 wrote:

I used to always get the gold chain, but other than the color it never provided me any difference in quality or longevity. ...more

They're lighter too, I mean your wallet is lighter after getting a gold chain. Get a DID NZ black chain, works as good as the ERT2 but about 25% cheaper

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8/4/2017 6:26 AM

DID ERT2 Gold is my go to chain. They're pricey though.

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8/4/2017 7:22 AM

731chopper wrote:

DID ERT2 Gold is my go to chain. They're pricey though.

X2, great product.

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8/4/2017 8:06 AM

731chopper wrote:

DID ERT2 Gold is my go to chain. They're pricey though.

I don't think they are too pricey. I got mine on Ebay for 60$ shipped. For moto its one of the best chains you can run. I used to run a x-ring chain and this non-ringed chain has way less drag in comparison.

Here's a 120 link for 66$ shipped. You'll need a basic chain breaker to remove some links.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/DID-GOLD-ERT2-CHAIN-520-X-120-CRF-KXF-RMZ-YZF-250-450-Dirt-Bike-MX-Motocross-/271939836517?hash=item3f50e09a65:g:3KsAAOSwPcVVs4re&vxp=mtr

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8/4/2017 8:20 AM

Pro Taper gold are the goldiest of the gold but I personally run the ERT2

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"A link is only as long as your longest strong chain"

8/4/2017 8:51 AM

Like the other's said, D.I.D ERT-2 for a non-sealed chain. D.I.D ERV3 for a sealed chain.

Good stuff!

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8/4/2017 9:01 AM

Did oring is what i have ran for years. Really though a chain is a chain when it comes to renthal, did, and rk. Get a chain brush and maxima chain wax and youre good to go.

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8/4/2017 9:03 AM

Bultaco wrote:

Looks like these are the most gold you can get.

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This fella OG'd!
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8/4/2017 9:33 AM

CarlinoJoeVideo wrote:

I really like the DID ERT2, I believe it's one of the lighter non o-ring chains on the market.

This right here.

Whatever chains PC uses have to be the most "gold" in color

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Tomac and/or Anderson for 2020.....

8/4/2017 9:39 AM

CarlinoJoeVideo wrote:

I really like the DID ERT2, I believe it's one of the lighter non o-ring chains on the market.

BobPA wrote:

This right here.

Whatever chains PC uses have to be the most "gold" in color

PC uses RK.

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8/4/2017 12:14 PM

DID DZ is affordable and holds up well. I'm running it on a CR 500 and it's taking that abuse like a champ!

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8/4/2017 1:35 PM

DID ERT2 is a great chain only had to adjust it once so far on my RM250.

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8/4/2017 1:52 PM

so I guess I'll be doing the did ert2, do i need to take the 6 links out if i do the 120?

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8/4/2017 2:12 PM

nascarnate326 wrote:

IMO check out a primary drive o ring or x ring chain. I used them in the past and they were pretty good. Im rocking the stock ...more

Im using a primary drive xring chain. So far its good. Just a little wide on my rmz

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8/4/2017 2:31 PM
Edited Date/Time: 8/4/2017 2:34 PM

I got a gold chain!

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8/4/2017 2:46 PM

never had an issue with renthal. I will give props to yamahas stock chain. lasted forever..

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If I'm healthy enough to complain. I shouldn't be complaining.

8/4/2017 2:55 PM

zac_k3 wrote:

so I guess I'll be doing the did ert2, do i need to take the 6 links out if i do the 120?

Take the old one off, lay side by side to measure. Then cut .

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8/4/2017 3:07 PM

I had good luck with the DID ERT2 and the Pro-Taper 520MX chains

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8/4/2017 4:25 PM

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8/4/2017 4:33 PM

scottydogmx wrote: Photo

This fella OG'd!

lol classic movie.

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