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The chain on my mx500 de attached and it won't go back on like it seems the chain is too small how do I re attach it

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You need to loosen your rear wheel and de adjust it so it moves forward so the chain will go back on. Make sure you measure by counting how many turns so that the wheel is still aligned when you tighten it back up

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