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Drive chain and sprocket replacements F4 MY10+

Any recommendations on replacement items and brands - just about due for it with 32K km on the clock.

Baseline items are front and rear sprocket and chain - is that all? (Don't want to change standard sprocket sizes). Can it be done easily at home (any special tools etc)


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Any recommendations on replacement items and brands - just about due for it with 32K km on the clock.

Baseline items are front and rear sprocket and chain - is that all? (Don't want to change standard sprocket sizes). Can it be done easily at home (any special tools etc)
you should get way more than 32km to a chain....

I don't see much stretch, just loss of internal lube and the start of kinking at 45-50,000km+

32mm & 55mm sockets, 1/2" torque wrench and chain breaker/riveter


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you should get way more than 32km to a chain....



I don't see much stretch, just loss of internal lube and the start of kinking at 45-50,000km+



32mm & 55mm sockets, 1/2" torque wrench and chain breaker/riveter




Thanks Noel

Yeah it's a little way off but I don't think it will go much past 36k - contemplating whether to do it myself and looking at what are reputable brands (not even sure I'll be saving over OEM)


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Got mine from startwin. Easy enough to do at home. Whilst you are doing it, I would change the rubber bungs on the sprocket carrier too.
The only hard part is closing the chain link.
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