Originally Posted by Rileyk
WOW! thanks! Jim am I sending my address, is this something I could do myself? I would almost rather run the 415 for durability reasons, I am over 200lbs, would it be better to get a 415 instead off narrowing the sprocket? I am sure a 415 would fit in the drive sprocket, and yes, its a grubee
Let me know what ya all think.
The 415 chain offers 1/16" more engagement surface in the land of the sprocket...it will last longer.
The choice is entirely yours...it wouldn't be a bad idea to order the 415 chain...on the other hand there are plenty of guys using high quality 410 bicycle chain with no problems at all. The 410 chain will offer a bit more tire clearance on tight builds. No matter which route you decide to go, you will need to replace the kit chain. If you decide to stay with the 410, you'll need a good quality chain like RedB uses.