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Old 04-03-05, 08:53 PM
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FLyBOy
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Well, if you remove some of your chain links then you could run your rear wheel slammed. (running your rear wheel slammed is where the axle is all the way in the dropout so that it is touching) That should definetly help. If that doesn't do it then you might need a new chain. And I would suggest getting chain tensioners, they really help when you need to tighten or loosen your chain, and it adds a little safety too since it's two bolts holding the axle instead of one. How much would you be willing to spend on a pair of chain tensioners is my question? They can get pretty pricey for what they are. And do you run pegs?
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