Join Date: Sep 2012
Location: Naperville, IL, USA
I got everything from Amazon, and switched to a 15T front sprocket. I used JT sprockets (JTR486.45 and JTF516.15), an RK 520-106 O-ring chain and riveted link, and a generic chain tool, which is sturdy and has done two 520 chains easily, although I did not break the chains, just cut a link with a Dremel cutting wheel and pulled them off.
You can also get Renthal gold chains from them (better quality, and they come with a rivetable link, which RK doesn't supply)
The tool I bought was: