Most noob question.

I can't find the link in the chain to break it. Pretty sure it's stock. D.I.D

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Look on the tire side some times people put the on backwords

I can't find the link in the chain to break it. Pretty sure it's stock. D.I.D

520

 

The stock chains are rivet chains. Just buy a new Xring chain as the old one is a oring chain. You will also need a rivet installation tool.

Grind two pins down flush with the plate

Using a Chain breaking tool, push the pin(s) until you can seaparate the chain

Installing the new chain, you will have to repeat this procedure to get the proper length

Use a master-clip type link to install the new chain

Will do, Cheers Steve

Hi Steve, & also I like to spooge a little Sikaflex over the master link clip, for added insurance, cheers Andy.

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