Put a new chain and sprockets on today, took about 4 hours. If I had to do it again it would be half that time. Quite an easy job if you have the right tools.
The hardest bit was taking the time over the new rivits on the joining link.
Had to keep measuring the spread of the soft link.
The front nut came off easy with the old chain locked in place.
And I just jammed the rear wheel with a bar to tighten it up again.
I would say the front nut took quite a lot to get it to the correct torque setting of 149NM I thing it was.
The front sprocket was quite worn but the back wasn't, for 15 notes it was still worth replacing. Nearly 22k on the bike.
Used for 100 miles every day to commute on in all weather's.