Old 05-04-09, 03:01 AM
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LupinIII
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Originally Posted by proveyouexist View Post
So attaching a master link to my chain is a bad idea and I should invest the five dollars in a chain breaker and that means every time I need to remove the back wheel I would have to break a link off of my chain or just add another link to my chain so the tension isn't as high.
is there any space to slide the wheel forward? if so, slide forward to get some slack, pull the chain off the rear cog and let it fall on to the axle, and you should now have enough clearance to pull the wheel far back enough to get out of the fork end. once it clears the end, swing the wheel up or down to get some distance from the frame and take the chain off the axle, let it hang on the chainstay or the little chain hanger braze on that's on some bikes
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