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Old 10-16-2008, 07:09 PM   #1
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Z RING X RING O RING NON ORING MAN WTF?

Ok so im looking for a new chain i already got the steel sprockets for the 530 chain , can some one please tell me what the the diff rings stand for?
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OK

the diff leters stand for diff styles of o-ring inthe chain let me see if i can finda link!



got it look at the pics

http://www.didchain.com/xring1.htm
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basicly you have diff style o-rings and they seal at diff points to hold the lube better , i would have to say the x-ring is the best ! any way you get the idea!

https://lists.cs.wisc.edu/archive/vf...msg01067.shtml
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awesome thanks man!!! so basically i can use either o or x on any sprocket though right?
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awesome thanks man!!! so basically i can use either o or x on any sprocket though right?
I believe the SV1000 would use a DID VM or ZVM spec chain which comes as an X ring option
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