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Old 12-05-2010, 01:07 AM   #87
EnderTheX
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Originally Posted by ba_ View Post
What is the easiest way to remove the chain (assume I will throw the OEM one away)?
You didn't get a new one under warranty?... There is a chain recall (or service bulletin, whatever) out there.

Remove the drive sprocket, remove the rear wheel, IMHO.

Oh yeah, and replace both your sprockets whenever you do a chain replacement, better safe than sorry, worn sprockets wear out chains fast, and vise versa.
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