Originally Posted by EnderTheX
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.
Apparently my VIN was not one of the VINs affected by the service bulletin.
Planning on replacing the sprockets at the same time. The DID with the rivet style master link is what most people are choosing for the chain?