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I have the rear axle bolt out and I am trying to get the chain off of the sprocket, but there isn't enough slack. I've only done this with bikes in the past and had no problems.

Do I need to take a sprocket off or is there another easier solution?

Thanks

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Pull the axle, push the wheel tward the front of the bike and pull the chain off.

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I did that but I can't push the wheel forward enough to lift it over.. I'll keep trying. Thanks.

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Make sure the axle block adjustment bolts are screwed all the way in and slide the wheel fully forward. This should gain you the slack you need. Oh, and buy a chain with a masterlink:excuseme:

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Ok.. I just had a moment that's all. lol..:confused:

I've been thinking about the new chain. These would be rather hard to fix on a trail.

Thanks.

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bush_bong.jpg

I had the same problem. I sent my boys into Iraq without the right tools. If I did it right, they would have all been home for Easter a few years ago.

Maybe next time I will have Old-Man show my how it's done.

nuclear_bomb.jpe

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Cool photoshop, Tom. I'm pretty sure the President would get a chuckle or two out of it.....Might remind him of back in the day.

Happy Easter, everyone.

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That was a picture I found on the web. I think he just got done giving Clinton a hit off of it.

Palestinian_Senator-709169.jpg

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That was a picture I found on the web. I think he just got done giving Clinton a hit off of it.

Palestinian_Senator-709169.jpg

L O L ....... Love it Tom!!!

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