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Old 06-28-12, 09:37 AM
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Peloton44
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Originally Posted by Ira B View Post
Those were actually darn good chains. If it is still serviceable, I would give it a good cleaning and lube and re-install with chain tool.
That would be my preference - so do I just try and line it all up with my chain tool and try to force it back in (the pins were completely removed)?
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