My GPZ chain saga

1KPerDay 1kperday at
Tue Sep 23 10:35:06 PDT 2008

Hmmm... they must have really skimped. The Tsubaki Sigma (o-ring) is
among the strongest, highest-quality chains made.

On Mon, Sep 22, 2008 at 9:05 PM, dominatr37 <dominatr37 at> wrote:
> So coming back from the killingon classic my chain became so slack that it
> was hanging off the frame. That chain was put on last year by LI Kawasaki,
> and had about 3,000 miles on it. So I ordered a chain and sprocket set and
> installed them today. Here's what I found. The sprockets weren't worn at
> all, compared to the new ones, which really surprised me, as they had about
> 15,000 miles on them. No pointed teeth, no signs of wear. So the big
> question is what kind of crappy chain did they install on my bike last year?
> They told me it was a Tsubaki, but was it a bottom of the line non oring
> Tsubaki?
Utah Jeff
'96 SheePz1100

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