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Chain keeps falling off. Especially whenever we change gears

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It must be waaaaay too loose. Needs about 1 inch of free, loose play mid span.

Posted on Oct 04, 2010

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Make sure that the tire and the crank sprockets are "in line" (the same plane). If the wheel is not lined up straight, the chain will easily fall off. If you have a bicycle with gears, you'll want to be sure that the derailleur is tweaked correctly too.

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I have a Huffy bike with a 48cc motor on it. The chain hits my fenders and now keeps popping off


which chain is falling off. the one from the motor? if so check to make sure the sproket (ps i cant spell) and gear fom motor is lined up. on mine i remember having to flip the rear sproket. are you using the chain tenchiner pulley? i think the one that comes with the kit dosnt have a deep enough gruve. i got rid of it all together, and just made the chain fit with like 1.5 to 3 inches of play. ive seen people use the tenchiner from the rear shifting gear on a mountain bike. thats what i suggest. if its the chain from your pedals thats falling of the the guys from the bike shop are messing with you or the alined the wrong chain. or maybe you need to resize the chian they just got the wheel straight.

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The most likely cause of this problem is that the back wheel is not in straight. If you loosen the 2 nuts that hold the wheel in you'll be able to align it with the chain. When you stand behind the bike the wheel and chain should be parallell.

You should also keep the chain oiled as it helps to stop it hopping across the gears.

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It skips whenever you stand up and exert pressure to the crank


if it is a multi speed bike you can check your front and rear durallers (the things that you change gears with) to see if they are in line with one of the gears if they dont then that would cause your chain to come off the gears. if this is your problem you can fix it by tighting the gear cable to the duraller if it is falling off the last gear( smallest gear), or loosen it if it is falling off of first gear(the biggest gear)





if you just put in a new chain you might want to check to see if you have the chain on the right way.

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Have you stripped the studs that hold the guide bar in position? It is the only thing I can think of unless the guide bar has worn down so much there isn't a deep enough groove to guide the chain

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We have an 18" boys huffy bike and the chain keeps falling off. How can I repair.


If a single speed bike loosen the rear wheel and pull it back away from the pedals to get the chain tighter

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Sir, I own a Passion plus Bike 1996 make. 1.What would be the reason If I experience chain sounds-Usually while changing gears? 2.some sort of Shaking Rings noise from Engine , was it really mean that the...


The transmission consists chain sprocket assembly, with the smaller sprocket on the engine & a larger one at the rear wheel. The chain stretches and the sprocket teeh keeps getting worn whenever you accellerate or use the engine as a brake to slow down. This play can increase up to 2 inch,. thus on lower gear, higher mechanical advantage, looses since the sprocket of the engine transfers power after that play/gap/time required to tranfer the same power to the rear sprocket result of metal on metal hammer.
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