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MARCH 22--ALL THE CHAIN INFO YOU WILL EVER NEED

 
(3/22/2005)

The new site features:

*Information on the history of Regina, a map to the home offices and the world wide sales network.

 

*The sales network page has an interactive world map where dealers can find the distributors for Regina in their region.

 

*Information on the recommended chains for Street, ATV, Motocross, or Enduro use, along with Trials, Karting and Engine chains.

 

*A listing of the entire range of Regina motorcycle, kart and engine chains with dimensions, weights, strengths and technical information.

 

*Regina’s racing heritage, current sponsored racers and a photo gallery of sponsored racers from MotoGP, WSB, MX1 and MX2

 

*An extensive Use & Maintenance section with notes on installation tips, tools and breakers, lubrication, maintenance, when to replace, a trouble shooting guide, and downloadable video clips of the above topics.

 

*The English language version is available by clicking on the British flag when on the Italian home page or one can go to this site: http://www.reginachain.it/eng/index.asp


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