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just a question here regarding my chain.

i lube and clean my chain every few kilometers (anywhere from 750km to 1000 km). while cleaning the last time i noticed some of the o-rings were gone. must have flown off or i dont know... i dont clean my chain in a rough way so im guessing regular wear and tear. so my question is the chain is still relatively new (i bought them with my sprockets front and rear at the same time) but with missing o-rings is it time to change?
 
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Re: chain time (doughboy_748r)

<TABLE WIDTH="90%" CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0 ALIGN=CENTER><TR><TD>Quote, originally posted by doughboy_748r »</TD></TR><TR><TD CLASS="quote">just a question here regarding my chain.

i lube and clean my chain every few kilometers (anywhere from 750km to 1000 km). while cleaning the last time i noticed some of the o-rings were gone. must have flown off or i dont know... i dont clean my chain in a rough way so im guessing regular wear and tear. so my question is the chain is still relatively new (i bought them with my sprockets front and rear at the same time) but with missing o-rings is it time to change? </TD></TR></TABLE>


Yes
 
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Re: chain time (section8superbike)

oooohhhhhh boy......... thanks!
 
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Re: chain time (1dn5up)

thanks for the email and offer chris but my riding mate's got one lying around in his garage and i made a quick ambush while he wasnt looking. he found out later but it was already on the bike.
 
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