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Old 05-19-14, 12:40 PM
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bowzette
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if the chain falls off you will probably have serious regretts. Also tighen the chain from the position that is the tightest when rotating the crank. It will not be a perfect circle and one spot will likely produce the tightest chain tension. Notice crank arm position for reference and adjust from this position. Just a bit of slack at this position and you should be fine.
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