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chain size bullet #151623
05/08/05 9:42 pm
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hi enfield people!what size chain(final drive) does a modern bullet use?thanks.

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Re: chain size bullet #151624
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hello?hello?
anybody?

Re: chain size bullet #151625
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Wow, I'm surprized nobody answered this. The specs in the back of Pete Snidal's service manual say the chain is 5/8 x 3/8". So that would be 530. You'll need a non-oring chain BTW. An oring chain is too wide and will hit the chaincase.

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Re: chain size bullet #151626
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thank you debby,very much.i have to order one for a friend,and she can't get the bike to me sans chain wink

Re: chain size bullet #151627
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The other question is - how long? I don't know but I could count the links on mine if that would help. Or you could just give Classic Motorworks a call. They have chains for $29.95. With the Bullet's modest power you don't need a high-end chain!

Debby



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