High-spec budget Swift chain from Wemoto

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Since its launch at Wemoto, Swift chain has become popular in the competitively priced, quality chain market.

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Manufactured in Taiwan using a combination of specially heat treated steel with cutting edge design, Swift chain is claimed to offer a higher specification than anything else in its price range with a very similar, if not greater tensile strength than the leading brand chain of similar grade. Retail prices start at just £5.96 for the smallest, shortest, unsealed chain. Incorporating quality with a realistic price strategy makes Swift chains a serious choice for a far wider market.

Swift chain is  sold as standard or heavy duty. A heavy duty O-ring chain is available as an upgrade to the heavy duty chain, with O-ring seals to help retain lubrication and cut down on wear by preventing dirt and water ingress to the bearing surfaces of the rollers and pins.

The Swift chain range covers all popular Japanese and European motorcycles with a cut length

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listing for over 10,000 different models. They are also available to buy by pitch and length and can be purchased as part of a kit alongside Sunstar or JT front and rear sprockets.

All Swift chains are supplied in a standard steel finish and are provided with one spring or rivet link in the box, with spare links also stocked at Wemoto.

Sample retail prices for swift chain including VAT:

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Honda ANF 125-3 Innova 2003: Swift Standard 420×104: £7.88

Honda XL 125 V1 Varadero 2001: Swift Heavy Duty 520×110: £21.60

Yamaha XJ 600 N Diversion 1998-2003: Swift Heavy Duty O-Ring 520×110: £ 38.27

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Suzuki GSF 600 S/T/V Bandit – GN77A 1995-1997: Swift Heavy Duty O-Ring 530×110: £53.56

For more details, visit www.wemoto.com

 


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