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Mucky chain there's been some serious rain here the last few days and my cover blew off (can't find it now either

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****). I tried to take her for a ride this morning and the chain is super mucky and incredibly loose now. Should I.... a. buy new chain and sprockets and call it a day? b. tighten and clean the chain? c. buy new motorcycle? (Can anyone let me borrow about 18K for the FatBob?)Tighten and clean, unless it has stretched out of spec.,,,

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