Quote from: shamelin on December 13, 2012, 02:49:37 AMMy Tsubaki Omega O-ring chain came with a master link, and if I remember correctly, it was actually packaged in the plastic that contained the chain. This leads me to believe that they all come from the factory with the master link. MC-Superstore confirmed: "The Tsubaki Omega chains do not come with master links." I don't know what to think. I'll just buy one and have a spare - it's only a few bucks...
My Tsubaki Omega O-ring chain came with a master link, and if I remember correctly, it was actually packaged in the plastic that contained the chain. This leads me to believe that they all come from the factory with the master link.
Lol, join the club. I have a spare too.
We should all pool our spare links together and,make a whole chain for someone.
Thanks Shamelin-I've heard mixed reports about the changes in performance that the 18T brings. I'm doing it because I want to change to the o-ring chain...
I can add to your confusion while letting you in on mine. I have an E5 which is technically G5's identical twin but for paint & stickers. So its has the 17T sprocket. I replaced the worn out stock chain with the stock o-ring chain from a C5.Some say... (Top Gear voice) that it can't be done; some say it wouldn't fit.But the truth is out there (and now here too).
I recall reading that the C5 stock o-ring chain isn't any better than the stock standard chain, and it's not much of an o-ring chain. The sprocket change was perhaps required for the "better quality" aftermarket o-ring chains?
I got their big 3/4" socket set for $20.00, on sale from $25.00. It was full of big black ugly deep sockets. But it works well. A 21 pc set, it ran from 19-50MM and included a breaker bar, ratchet and extensions. Maybe they don't carry that one any more.As I recall, the sprocket nut was 46mm. I know it was smaller than 48mm. Bare