Re: chain tension

Nick /
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Yes, I have those. So I loosened the big six sided nuts on either side of the axle and then used the chain tensioners... but how do you know how much to turn them? And do they both have to be exactly equal? Anyway, when I got the chain the proper tension, there was a rattling/grinding sound from the front sprockets, so that's why I've put it back to it's looser state---what sort of problems could it cause leaving it this way?

Thanks again!

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  chain tensionTopic by: Nick Nick 08/27/02 08:13PM
  Re: chain tensionRe: dave dave 08/27/02 08:54PM
  Re: chain tensionRe: Nick Nick 08/27/02 09:12PM
  Re: chain tensionRe: dave dave 08/27/02 09:29PM
  Re: chain tensionRe: Nick Nick 08/27/02 09:40PM
  Re: chain tensionRe: Miguel Centellas Miguel Centellas 08/27/02 11:27PM

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