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Bicycle Chain Problem

Having a problem with my bicycle chain, it keeps falling all the time, this is very aggravating, don't know how to fix this.

Please post here ideas that might help me fix my Bicycle Chain problem.

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  • papkec May 11, 2010

    Is this a multiple or a single speed bike?

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Losen your back wheel pull it back to words the bak of the bike make shore the wheels strete and not tuching the framekep pulling it back and you will c that the chain is tight wile your holding the wheel bak as far as it gose then ask a perant or sum1 to tighten the wheel bolts
hope that helps...

Posted on Jan 22, 2009

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This is probably because your chain is too loose try going down to your local bike shop and ask them to remove a link or if you have vertical dropouts you should buy chain tensinors.

hope it helps.

Posted on Jan 18, 2009

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Have to loosen back wheel use some kind if wedge with the bike upside down put the wedge between the frame and tire pull on the wedge and after it feels tight tighten the nuts back on the wheel just make sure tire is straight before u tighten

Posted on Dec 17, 2008

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Disregard my 1st question I now see what modle of bike this is.

Your problem is with your limit screws on the deraileur. There should be 2 srews on your dearailuer; these screws limit the travel of the deraileur so it will not push the chain off. I can't tell you which screw adjusts which limit because deraileurs are different from one another; but I can tell you if you figure out which screw adjusts which limit you screw it in until the chain doesn't shift off the gears. Be careful if you adjust the screw in too far you will not be able to hsift to all your gears.

Posted on Nov 05, 2008

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Your chain problem is probably because your chain is not tightened and maintained.
You should clean your chain after a ride, and oil it (very little oil).
Good luck

Posted on Oct 29, 2008

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You might want to invest in a set of chain tensioners. you can get themanywhere that specifies in bike sales and service.

Posted on Dec 12, 2008

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