Gearbox sprockets available in 17, 18 or 19 teeth for all carburettor 3/4 cylinder models, all 955 and all 1050 models. Smaller than standand gives improved acceleration at the expense of fuel consumption and on some models increased chain guide wear. Larger than standard engine sprockets lose out slightly on acceleration but have a more relaxed feel in top gear. Please state size when ordering. (530 chain size).
Rear sprockets in 40, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48 or 49 teeth to fit all carburettor 3 and 4 cylinder models as well as all wire wheel 955 Tiger models. Please state size when ordering. (530 chain size).
Good value high spec. extra heavy duty X-ring gold Triple S chain with sprockets, sprocket cover gasket if required and tab washer. Please state model when ordering. (530 chain size)
530 VX gold & black heavy duty X-ring DID chain with sprockets, sprocket cover gasket if required and tab washer. Please state model when ordering and if in doubt just let us know what sprocket sizes you would like. (530 chain size)
Triple S chain with soft rivet link, X- ring gold extra heavy duty. State model when ordering please. Available for all models.
Original equipment DID VX X-ring gold chain 530 size (5/8 x 3/8). Fits all 750, 900 (3/4 cylinder),1000, 955, 1200 and 1050 models.
Gearbox sprocket tab (locking) washer to fit all of the Bonneville range (carburettor and EFI), 955, 1050 and 3/4 cylinder carburettor models.
Fits 750/900 Trident, 900/1200 Trophy, 750/900/1000/1200 Daytona, 900 Tiger, 750/900 Speed Triple900 Sprint, Sprint Sport, Sprint Executive, Thunderbird 900, Thunderbird Sport, Legend, Adventurer, T595, 955 Daytona, T509, 955 Speed Triple, 955 Sprint ST, 955 Sprint RS, 1050 Sprint ST, 1050 Sprint GT, 1050 Speed Triple, Bonneville 800/865, T100, Scrambler, America, Speedmaster, Thruxton and SE.
Tab Washer Gearbox Sprocket 3 and 4 cylinder carburettor models, 955, 1050.
Replica DID chain rivet tool. This will push the rivet link together and neatly rivet the ends over. To separate an old chain or shorten a chain, grind the rivet ends one side of the link to be removed until the side plate is hit. Go slightly below the surface to be sure the rivetting is well ground away, then knock apart with a punch and hammer.