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Old 03-06-2013, 03:22 AM   #1
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I"m in town on break from school. I just got a bike with super low miles. but the chain is very loose, I don't have a stand with me, (its at school) and I really don't want to pay the dealer to tighten my chain! can anyone help me out?

If you live in conroe that would be great! I just need sport bike stand for about 30 -40 min. while I adjust and clean my chain.

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Old 03-06-2013, 03:50 AM   #2
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you dont need a stand to adjust the chain.. just make sure its even on both sides. if you come down to spring i can help you. i got a stand and tools.
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you don't need a stand? the back wheel doesn't need to be off the ground?
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I'm in Oak Ridge North and I have a stand...
Same here, Oak Ridge North. Stands, tools and even a lift if you need them.

Like Ayeele said, you don't need a stand to adjust the chain; easier to do it with a stand, yes..but not always required.
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