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Offline joeonthego717

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Switching rear sprockets
« on: February 09, 2021, 03:59:29 PM »
I haven’t gotten a new chain yet, but I plan to do I can switch to the larger sprocket. I figure might as well get a new chain if instead of shop for a single link.
My brother pointed out that it’ll change the angle of the chain on the front sprocket, I’ve taken the rear tire on and off and haven’t seen a spacer I can flip or anything, is there any additional thing I would have to do to keep it aligned?
I don’t feel like I’m wording my question well, hope you know what I’m asking.

 


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