sidewinder chains are the best of quality and will last very long when matched with there sprockets. The people at sidewinder will tell you that the stock chain is junk, but I really don't see replacing it until it is worn out or breaks. I plan to figure what gearing I like the best with cheap sprockets and the stock chain, then buying the set from sidewinder once I am sure what I want to run.
ditto....I've had my Predator since December and from what I can tell the stock chain still is good with not to much visable wear and it rolls a little better than new. Not much sprocket wear either so it must not be stretching to much. Ya gotta like the fact the sidewinder guy thinks his **** is that much better. I will get one once the other one wears out. If Doug Gust can run one one year I will never have to change it!
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