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Old 07-19-02, 10:39 PM   #1
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chain slipage

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I have a norco charger i have had it for 18 months know. When i go riding the FUkin Chain keeps slipping down a gear then going back to the right gear again and it stuffs u up especially when riding up hills. The gears are ajusted well but it still does it. Do u think it is a streched chain if so can i just take a chain link out or do i have to get a whole new chain.
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Could be the chain. But make sure to check the hub of the wheel. If it is loose it will act in a similar manner and may only need the smallest tightening to make it right.

Past that double check the gearing and then pull a link out of the chain.
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