Old 03-25-07, 08:27 PM
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I was able to remove the chain from my old bike using a ghetto chain tool (C-clamp chain tool and a nail), and they were the same size. Cleaned it up real well in a 2 liter with warm water/dish soap. Chain wear was minimal, so tomorrow morning I'm gonna slap this baby on. Looks like I'm gonna be riding tomorrow!
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