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Old 05-16-2006, 02:27 PM   #1
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adjusting chain

was hoping someone could show me how to adjust my chain, its loose. i know its easy but never done it before, so if anyone could meet up with me and help me it would be great. thanks
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If your getting an oil change most places will adjust your chain as part of the service. I know that Patrick at Cycles Unlimited, and John at Grand Prix Motoring will take care of that as part of your service.
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thanks but i change my own oil.
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