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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 chain on my bike still :/

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. Just my opinion...

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 chain on my bike still :/

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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