I hope this thread isn't entirely useless.
I found an old girl's Huffy mountain bike in my shed and I'm making it into a bike polo bike. I already took the derailleurs off, put the back brake lever on the left side, took off the front brake, and adjusted everything so it'll fit me better.
However, there is a pretty big chain wrapped around the seat tube that I don't know the combination to. I'd love to get it off of the bike because it's so big and bulky and I'm scared it'll start sliding down and interfere with my cranks.
Does anybody know the easiest way to get it off? I actually tried guessing the combination a few times, but quickly gave up. Should I use some type of saw, or wire-cutters? I'm taking it up to the LBS to get a single-speed chain tomorrow. Do you think they could help me?
I might post pictures later, just to make the thread more interesting.
Thanks a lot.