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Stiffer or softer?For O-ring chains you can't use anything aggressive. Take off the chain warm water dish detergent and soap. Then, scrub till the chain is clean.,,,

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1/4" is too tight, you should have one inch minimum. Check it while the bike is upright sitting on the tires. Move the longest part of the chain up and down and you should have one to one and a half inches of play.

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