Life Expectancy

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  1. #11
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    Feb 2020
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    New Hampshire, USA
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    I have to replace the two front chains on my 2015(?) Argo XTI. What is a good vendor for RC60 HD chain by the 100' roll? I figure I will need to replace other chains before 100 additional hours so I might as well stock up.

  2. #12
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    Feb 2020
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    New Hampshire, USA
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    I found some heavy duty RC60 chain at Red Boar Chain https://redboarchain.com/collections...iant=253937005
    It has a fairly high tensile strength and thicker side plates (.125 vs. .095) Looking forward to trying it on the shorter front chains first.

  3. #13
    Join Date
    Aug 2009
    Location
    Pincher Creek, Alberta
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    Staying on top of the maintenance is key to keeping your machine reliable and extending the longevity of it. My argo is an 07 Avenger and before I head out, I give it a quick once over to make sure nothing has changed since the last outing. After a 10 day hunting trip every fall, I clean it up and make sure anything that needs fixing is done, oils changed, if needed. That way any repairs don't add to be overwhelming and leave you with a POS in a few years time.
    @lenderhand , when I replaced my chains, I used Napa's heavy duty ones and have had a lot better success than their regular grade ones I tried. Naturally, you get what you pay for and I went the cheaper route initially with their lighter chains.

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