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Old 10-30-2008, 08:03 AM   #1
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04 f4i chain

I'm not too mechanically inclined, but can anyone tell me how to figure out what size my current chain is on an 04 f4i. As far as, I believe the chain and sprocket are stock.

Also, I was told that the stock chain is 525 and 108 links. Does anyone know if this is correct?
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Old 10-30-2008, 11:26 AM   #3
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Most chains have it printed on the side> Clean it sometime and you'll see. Stock is 525x? 108 sounds right. Check the sprockets I think stock is 15or16tooth and 46 tooth. Normally whenever you replace the chain you also replace the sprockets too.
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D. Find out what chain and sprockets she needs and I know a place online in TX that has good prices on combos, usually get here within 2 days too.
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FWIW - It's a proven fact that good chains and good sprockets go the distance. Call Motorcycles Unlimited (281 444 0545) and talk to Brandon or Patrick about a set (chain and sprocket).

It wont hurt to call someone that really knows what they are talking about.
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SumOfAllParts is in dallas and the set I got (front, rear, and chain) cost over $200 retail at cycle gear. Had it shipped for $130 and showed up at my door in 1 day. I choose aluminum sprockets but they have several different packages with different combination.
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If she would clean her bike she would know, and the chain would still be good. lol

You hush your mouth boy, and make Stacy a sammich!!


Keeeding, please don't kill me

Thanks Dustin, for making that call and hookin me up with Sunny. You really might be da man. It's amazing the difference a new chain does for the ride.
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If you need help putting it on let me know. I have a chain breaker, press, etc.
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