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Chain website? I searched...

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A few months ago someone posted a link to a website that was like a "Motorcycle Chain 101" and had all kinds of info on different chains, etc.

My PC crashed and I lost the link and I'm hoping someone knows what it is?

I know my description is lame but just a shot in the dark.

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Heres one: http://chain-guide.com/

I think I know what link you are talking about and I doubt this one is it, but it may still be useful to ya. I did a quick search and couldn't find the one I was thinking of. I thought it was on the DID chains website but I didn't see it there :ride: .

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Heres one: http://chain-guide.com/

I think I know what link you are talking about and I doubt this one is it, but it may still be useful to ya. I did a quick search and couldn't find the one I was thinking of. I thought it was on the DID chains website but I didn't see it there :banana: .

Thats not it but its good stuff. Thanks! :ride:

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Sorry this doesn't answer your post, but get a Mac.

Problem solved.

Um, yeah.....tryin to increase the post count, eh? :ride:

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Sorry this doesn't answer your post, but get a Mac.

Problem solved.

I dont need another paper weight :ride:

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I dont need another paper weight :banana:

LOL, yeah and everybody knows that Mac's never have hard drive failures. :ride:

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LOL, yeah and everybody knows that Mac's never have hard drive failures. :ride:

Of course they do, but I spend the day surrounded by both, and the Macs are more reliable and easier to fix than the PC's.

Now, is this the web site?:

http://chain-guide.com/basics/index.html

Bear in mind, it's written from an industrial rather than vehicular perspective.

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Bear in mind, it's written from an industrial rather than vehicular perspective.
When it comes to chain dynamics, chains are chains, are chains.

The venue in which they are used changes nothing.

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When it comes to chain dynamics, chains are chains, are chains.

The venue in which they are used changes nothing.

Oh no....Here we go again,,,,

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