Old 06-24-15, 06:38 PM
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1/4" slack for chain should be fine. But be careful I'm sure your chain ring isn't completely round so you'll have points where the chain is tighter than others. Rotate the cranks slowly and adjust your tension at the tightest portion of the chain.

If you don't plan on riding a lot or swapping out your rear cog it might not be worth it to buy a lock ring tool. LBS should be able to tighten that down
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