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Chain is in a 120 Link so you can cut to fit your application
Fits Honda Crf250r and Crf250x
Years 2004 through 2013
Front Sprocket-Renthal Steel 13 Tooth Sprocket
Rear Sprocket-Renthal Aluminum 49 Tooth Sprocket
Renthal Chain Tensile strength of 7,644 lbs
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