Part: Roller Drive Chain (428 Pitch) Compatible with Honda Models: CB175 (K0-K5 & K6*), CL175 (K0-K5 & K6*), SL175, CB100, CL100, SL100, CB125, CL125, SL125, CT90 Trail 90, CT110 Trail 110.
Why Choose This Chain: Safety is paramount when riding. Old roller drive chains pose risks due to rusting, stretching, or being completely missing. A new chain for your vintage Honda motorcycle isn't just a replacement—it's a safety upgrade. Especially given that many older chains lack proper maintenance. This premium chain, with solid rollers, is superior to the curled rollers found in many economy chains. It's a standard (non O-ring) 428 pitch drive chain with a clip type master link, perfect for vintage Honda models.
Your new drive chain is dry-packed with grease. However, it needs lubrication before use. Consider using Honda Genuine Chain Lube or Super Lube. For late style CB175K6/CB175K7 or CB200 models, you'll need our 520 Chain.
Note: It's essential to count your chain links (both inner and outer plates) to ensure the correct length. This is crucial for early CB175 (K0-K5) and CL175 models due to Honda factory's variable sprocket changes. Refer to the video below for guidance. The 428 pitch chain is specific to a select group of Honda motorcycles. For CB175/CL175 K6 (late) models and beyond, a 520 chain is required.
We offer customization by cutting the chain to a desired length upon request. Simply add to your cart and specify the length in the checkout comments. However, custom-cut chains are non-returnable if an incorrect length is provided. Double-check before placing an order or reach out to us directly for assistance. If you prefer to adjust the chain yourself, consider our chain breaker tool.
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Installation Tip: Ensure the master link's retaining clip is correctly installed with the open end facing away from the chain's travel direction. Even though your chain comes dry-packed, lubricate it with Honda Genuine Chain Lube before its first ride. Maintain and check your chain every 300-500 miles / 500-800 km.